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Settlement
Agreements

You have been asked to sign a settlement agreement but what happens next? We are here to help!

We give straight forward, client centred, clear advice about your settlement agreement, so that you can make an informed decision about how you would like to proceed.

In order for your settlement agreement to be binding you must take advice from an appropriate adviser about the terms and effect of the document. Our team of Employment Law Solicitors will ensure you receive the advice you need.

 

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20/05/2020

Top solicitor rejoins Thursfields to lead Employment team in Worcester

A top solicitor has returned to Thursfields Solicitors to lead the company’s Worcester employment team. Lisa Kemp spent more than three years as an employment solicitor at Thursfields from January 2016 until last year when she left to work for international law firm, DLA Piper UK. Michelle O’Hara, director of Employment & HR Law at…

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Key team member

Emma Monk
Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

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Team

James Monk

Senior Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Jade Linton

Senior Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Emma Monk

Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Lauren Cope

Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Michelle O’Hara

Commercial & HR Director, Employment & HR Law

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Our latest news and events

27/05/2020

What does Coronavirus mean for my divorce?

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it much uncertainty, the likes of which have not been seen in many of our lifetimes. For those considering a divorce, or already in the process, it is a difficult time and many will be concerned about the impact on the Family Courts. For those considering a divorce, it…

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26/05/2020

Plans for emergency insolvencies legislation get cautious welcome from Thursfields

The drafting of emergency legislation to soften insolvency rules during and after the COVID-19 lockdown has been cautiously welcomed by a top expert at Thursfields Solicitors. Stephen Rome, a senior associate solicitor in the Dispute Resolution department at Thursfields, was commenting after various reports debating the pros and cons of the forthcoming changes. Business secretary…

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