Private Client Solicitor or Legal Executive

6 days left

Competitive + Benefits
14 Apr 2021
12 May 2021
Paul Norman
Job Title
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you an experienced private client solicitor looking to join a friendly and very busy team in Cornwall?

This is your chance to join this very established team and progress your career.

In this role you will advise a range of individuals and commercial clients, largely focusing on high-net-worth clients and those with more complex needs.

You will advise on all manner of private wealth matters including the drafting of more complex Wills, tax and succession planning and advising on trusts. Do still apply if you don't yet have trusts experience - as training can be given.

About you:
Ideally you should have at least 2 years' PQE within private client law. STEP Membership is preferred, but not essential.

The current team is based across Cornwall. This role can offer some agile working from home and flexible working patterns to ensure you are most productive whilst retaining a good work life balance.

This role may interest a relocator looking to move to Cornwall and experience all this beautiful county has to offer. To be considered you should already have ties to the region, or perhaps are looking to return after a period of living elsewhere.

This an urgent requirement and exclusively with G2 Legal.

Excellent salary + relocation allowance + bonus + life assurance + many more benefits.

Contact Paul Norman at G2 Legal now for a private conversation about your next career move.

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