I've done 20 compromise agreements in the last month for employees with a range of employers from overseas companies to charities. The average cost is £200 plus vat. You need someone who knows all about them because they're a bit fiddly, so I'm the only one in my firm who deals with them.User76 said:I wonder if any of our resident legal boffins could assist me not being done over like last time? I am being made redundant soon, and have been sent through a comprimise agreement by my employers. Now the last time I went through this process the solicitor I went to really tried to do me over! My question is, is pretty much any solicitor capable of handling this sort of matter, or do I need to go to one with certain initials after their name? How long should it take, and what should it cost me, the company are paying up to £500, does this seem reasonable?
Lastly, do any of you fancy doing it? If I am lining someones pocket I'd rather know the money was going towards a new bike than a new set of golf-clubs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I could probably do a successful bail application for your house or mitigate for it to get it a community service order instead of a immediate prison sentenceArch said:Depends where I want it conveyed to...
And whether I want to fight off amorous advances in the process..
spen666 said:I could probably do a successful bail application for your house or mitigate for it to get it a community service order instead of a immediate prison sentence
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