Contentious Probate Solicitor

£34000 - £46500 per annum
18 Feb 2021
18 Mar 2021
Ryan McNamara
Job Title
Practice Area
Litigation, Wills & Probate
Contract Type
Full Time
NQ- 3yr PQE Contentious Probate Solicitor

Incredible opportunity here for a contentious probate solicitor to join a well known national firm who are known for providing a quality service.

Applications are invited from solicitors at 0-3 years PQE who have good academics and have trained or gained experience with a comparable city or large regional firm.

You will be a technically strong solicitor who could have a varied amount of exposure in the early stages of your career however you will be happy to specialise in the sphere of Contentious Probate.

You will be comemrcially aware and happy to join the wider Commercial Litigation team

The successful candidate will deal with a caseload of contentious probate work including will challenges, Inheritance Act claims and trust disputes. The role will involve having your own cases as well as assisting on more complex cases with senior fee earners

They work they undertake includes:

Contesting Validity of Wills
Inheritance Act Disputes (Left Out of a Will)
Will Rectification and Lost or Destroyed Wills
Promise Not Honoured in a Will
Protecting Charitable Legacies
Executor or Trustee Disputes
Attorney or Deputy Investigations
Claims on estates where there is no will

Applications from relocators will be considered however you should be able to demonstrate a commitment to live and work in the Manchester area.

Shortlisting now for this superb Contentious Probate opportunity.

Salary open and benefits + pension

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