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Settlement Agreements

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Settlement Agreements Glasgow

A settlement agreement (sometimes known as a compromise agreement) is a legally binding document which offers an employee and employer a smooth way of terminating their employment relationship.

At Livingstone Brown our expert team of employment lawyers can advise you about:

  • the consequences of signing a settlement agreement;
  • what you will receive if you sign the agreement; and
  •  what you are giving up by signing the agreement.

It is a legal requirement that employees obtain legal advice from a solicitor before signing a settlement agreement and your employer should contribute towards the cost of obtaining this advice.

Happy with the terms of the agreement?

If you are happy to sign the agreement we will restrict our fee to match the contribution your employer is making. This means you won’t have to pay anything towards obtaining our expert advice.

Looking for more?

If you want to negotiate a better exit package then we will estimate how long this will take our employment solicitors and advise you about how much extra this might cost. We will always try and negotiate an increase to the contribution your employer is making so that even if we do need to spend time working on getting you more, you don’t need to pay for this.

To view our guides on Settlement Agreement Scenarios and Settlement Agreement Pros and Cons click on the links below:

Looking for a settlement agreement?

If you have decided you want to leave your employment you might consider asking your employer for a settlement agreement. After all, resigning without any financial cushion can be a daunting prospect.

Do you need advice on drawing up an agreement?

Our term of three employment lawyer have experience of many workplace scenarios which have been resolved by use of settlement agreements.

While there is wording that is commonly used, these tend to be bespoke documents that need to be tailored to individual circumstances to ensure that the employer’s interests are fully protected.

The way we charge for this work can be based on a competitive hourly rate or, if you prefer, we can arrange a ‘fixed fee’. No fees will be charged to you until this is agreed.

Contact our employment lawyers in Glasgow today 

At Livingstone Brown our employment lawyers are experts in drafting settlement agreements. They also have many years’ experience in negotiating exit packages.

Contact our employment law team today and one of our solicitors will be happy to help. Call us on 0141 429 8166 or complete our online contact form. You will be contacted the same day. 

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Livingstone Brown is a leading firm of Scottish solicitors. Based in Glasgow, but dealing with cases around the country, the firm has been at the forefront of legal service provision for over thirty years.

If you have a legal problem, getting good quality legal information at the earliest stage can be invaluable. The firm offers a free initial enquiry service; all you have to do is call in, telephone, or e-mail. You won't be charged for your enquiry; we'll let you know by return whether we can help, what we can do, and how much it's likely to cost. We can also offer legal aid where available.

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Led by former senior partner Gerard Brown CBE, who continues as a consultant, the firm has built up an enviable reputation for quality of service and client care.

The firm has won various awards over the years. In the 2019 edition of the prestigious Legal 500 rankings Livingstone Brown was ranked as a 'top-tier' firm for general criminal work, and is also recommended for fraud cases. Stuart Munro and Gerard Brown were named as 'Recommended Lawyers'. In the Chambers directory the firm has a Band 1 ranking for criminal work, and Stuart Munro is a ranked financial crime lawyer. The firm was named Criminal Defence Firm of the Year and Family Law Team of the Year at the Scottish Legal Awards 2019.

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