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Private Client Solicitor - Inhouse

Job description

Rare opportunity for a driven Private Client Solicitor to step away from the focus on financial targets in a standard law practice and work internally for a company where you can put all your focus on the client.

The company started life as an IFA practice but have rapidly grown, expanding areas of the business to keep almost all functions in house, including their registered legal function.

This role would focus mainly on non-contentious probate work and estate administration, but would encompass a whole variety of private client work including:

  • Will drafting
  • Trust administration
  • Preparation of Lasting Powers of Attorney

This is an exciting opportunity for a Solicitor who wants to work differently in a growing company, with opportunities for an experienced Solicitor to head the department from day 1, or someone more junior to grow into that position.

The firm are offering a very flexible outlook on hybrid working, competitive law firm rate salaries, an opportunity for real growth and progression, as well as the benefits of no financial and billable targets, giving you a real WLB.

Applicants must be a UK qualified Solicitor/Legal Executive to be considered.

For more information on this exciting role, please contact Rhys for an informal discussion.

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