Providing the expert advice and support you need if you are about to lose or have just lost your job

  • If your employment has been terminated, it’s possible your employer has acted incorrectly or the settlement agreement they have proposed is heavily biased in their favour.
  • It is essential that you have expert legal advice to see if your employer has followed procedures properly and to defend your position.
  • Our experienced, knowledgeable employment solicitors will assess your situation calmly, act decisively and seek a just and fair outcome.

What is termination of employment?

Termination of employment is the ending of an employment relationship between an employer and an employee. This can occur through mutual agreement, retirement, resignation, or dismissal.

Losing your job is invariably stressful, and it can be difficult to stay calm and analyse what has just happened. Whatever the reason for your dismissal, if your employer has acted incorrectly you could be able to claim against them. If you and your employer have mutually decided to end your employment with a settlement agreement, then you’ll want to be sure you have secured the best possible package.

How Moore Barlow can help

In all these situations, it’s essential to have expert legal advice on your side. A specialist employment solicitor can identify any failure by your employer to follow the correct procedure or they can take you through the terms of a settlement agreement to ensure you’re getting a fair and satisfactory deal.

Our employment team at Moore Barlow has all the experience and specialist knowledge you need. We help many people who have lost their jobs, and our sympathetic, informed and determined support gives them the best prospect of a just and fair outcome.

There is often time pressure involved with these cases, whether it’s to meet a legal deadline or to draw a line under the matter so you can move on. If you think you’re about to lose your job or it’s just happened, we recommend you contact us as soon as possible, so we can make progress for you.

We have offices in offices in LondonRichmondSouthamptonGuildfordLymington, and Woking and we offer specialist employment law advice to clients nationwide.