Compromise Agreement Solicitors

Compromise Agreements & Dismissals

Carter Moore’s employment solicitors can help you if you are an employer and need advice on compromise agreements, or issues arising from a disputed compromise agreement from an employee. Our employment law solicitors have a wealth of experience in drafting the terms of compromise agreements and we can advise you on any matters concerning termination.
For advice or to arrange an initial consultation, contact Carter Moore Solicitors today to speak to one of our compromise agreement solicitors on 0800 1 444 111. Alternatively, please complete our online enquiry form and one of our employment solicitors, based in Manchester and London, will be in touch within 24 hours.

What is a Compromise Agreement?

A compromise agreement is a legal contract that aims to settle employment dismissal disputes. Such a dispute can arise when the dismissal of an employee is not clear-cut or the employee does not accept it. In return for a payment from you, the employer, or other benefits, a compromise agreement ensures that an employee cannot make any further claims against you. This also ensures that you are not taken to an Employment Tribunal. As an employer, such an agreement is recommended to guarantee that the employee does not claim for breach of contract, unfair dismissal or discrimination either during their term of employment or dismissal.

Carter Moore’s compromise agreement solicitors will negotiate the agreement to make certain that the terms provide the best outcome for both you and the employee. We will ensure that your interests are protected and that the employee waives their rights to any additional claims.

What our compromise agreement solicitors can do for you

A compromise agreement must be in writing in order for it to be legally binding. It is essential that you instruct a specialist employment law solicitor to draft your compromise agreement. This will ensure that the agreement is correctly drafted, legally binding and incorporates all the essential statutory conditions.

The employee must be represented by a qualified employment solicitor and the terms of the compromise agreement must convey an express complaint made by that employee.

Get in touch with Carter Moore’s employment lawyers

If you want to ensure that your business is not liable for employment claims, or you need advice on a severance package or the drafting of a compromise agreement, contact Carter Moore Solicitors today on 0800 1 444 111. If you prefer, please complete our online enquiry form and one of our employment solicitors will be in touch with your shortly to arrange your free initial consultation.