Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today.
The contract is binding in that if she leaves in breach of the notice clause you are able to sue her in breach of contract for damages arising from the breach.
This will be any losses you incur as a result of her breaching the contract which could include time off work or emergency childcare.
You obvioulsy do not have to pay her notice if she does not work it.
I would suggest that you explain this to her and say you will be left with no alternative if she does leave you 'high and dry'.
If you have any further questions about this please do ask.
Thanks you very much for your response. If it went so far that we would like to sue, who do we turn to?
Basically where do you file these type of complaints is what I'm asking?
New to this. Am I supposed to wait for a response, or should I come back later?
I'm getting messages that you are jumping in/out of the chat. Am I supposed to wait or what?
I'm happy to rate your answer as excellent if you just let me know what to do?
I'll follow your advice on the right and rate you, but hope you stand true to your word and answer my follow on question about where I need to turn to report the breach of contract.
So will you get back to me on my follow-on question?
Perfect! All I need so thanks for your help.