Unless you have a lawyer in the family, most people’s view of one is either –
What they’ve heard from their family or
What they’ve seen in courtroom dramas on Netflix
So how do Resolve Legal Employment Lawyers work?
We can’t speak for anyone else, but we can tell you how our employment lawyer Viv d’Or at Resolve Legal guides you through her 3-step plan. Peace of mind is our goal.
Step 1 Probe.
Viv asks you a lot questions, then listens carefully so she can establish the facts. Only then can she identify what your legal issue is, which she will explain to you in plain English.
Step 2 Prepare.
Next, Viv will discuss your expectations. This would be how much money you believe you deserve in compensation. Then we will alert you to any risks we you might face. Evaluating your evidence and preparing an action plan is the next step.
Step Three: Protect
In the last part of our process, we prepare you for attending any meetings (such as disciplinary or mediation) with your employer and complete the outcome as cleanly and as quickly as we can. We strive to protect our clients and get you the best results.
Letter of Engagement
We will then provide you with a letter of engagement which contains the terms and conditions of working with us. We include clauses like, estimated time your case might take, the fees, or fixed costs. You need to sign this before we start any work for you.
All information is sent to you via email, texts or telephone calls or face-to-face meetings in our lovely office in Jackson Street.
Viv is a 15-year expert in employment processes and is well respected for her resolution-based approach in the Wellington and Lower Hutt Business community. Once you are clear on the process and Viv is clear on the plan, she takes the first step to resolution!
Then she explains what the legal bits of procedure, so we can start solving your employment problem.
What is it like working with Viv?
Here are three testimonials from businesses in the Hutt Valley
“You made an incredibly hard time endurable. Thank you Viv!”
Laurel – Petone
“They are an outstanding law firm and provide superb service. We’re so lucky to have Viv as our lawyer.”
Linda – Lower Hutt
“Thanks for your safe pair of hands throughout my exit. It helped a lot.”
Sandy – Wainuiomata
Before you choose your lawyer, remember these 4 points
- Be clear about the process
- Be clear about the costs, upfront and ongoing.
- Be clear about how long it will take
- Know how the lawyer will support you.
Resolve Legal blogs contain only general information about legal matters. It is not intended to be legal advice and should not be treated as, or relied on, as such. Don’t hesitate to contact a lawyer appropriate to your legal issue for legal advice specific to your facts.