Private Client Solicitor

  • Job Reference: BH-36661
  • Date Posted: 1 June 2024
  • Recruiter: Law Staff Limited
  • Location: North West London
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £55,000 to £65,000
  • Sector: Private client
  • Personnel Type: Solicitor

Job Description

Are you an ambitious 4 year+ PQE Private Client Solicitor looking seeking a new challenge with a well-established Legal 500 firm?

Our client, a reputable Legal 500 Firm, is actively seeking a skilled Solicitor to join their Wills and Probate team. This is an excellent opportunity to step into a role where you'll inherit a thriving caseload and receive administrative support from an experienced full-time Paralegal.

The Firm:
Our esteemed Legal 500 client is a full-service practice with a nationwide presence recognised for providing high quality legal advice to private and commercial clients. With client care at their core, the Firm comprises specialists with diverse expertise, drawn from top-tier UK firms, ensuring clients receive the highest quality advice. Understanding the intricacies of business, with many team members boasting hands-on experience in multi-million-pound companies, providing invaluable foresight and risk management skills.

Type of work:
  • Drafting Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Deeds of variation
  • Probate matters (to include tax and trusts and complex estate accounts)
  • Dealing with elderly clients and mental health matters
  • Court of Protection and Public Guardian matters
  • Dealing with discretionary and nil rate band trusts
  • Undertaking home, hospital and residential care home visits
In return for your hard work and dedication the Firm offer a competitive benefits package to include, hybrid working schemes, target related bonuses, training and development opportunities along with many other impressive incentives!

Vacancy Reference number: 36661

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