Contentious Probate Solicitor

6 days left

£40000 - £50000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
25 Apr 2022
23 May 2022
Gayle Woolf
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time
This well-regarded national law practice is looking for a recently qualified Solicitor NQ up to 3 years' PQE to join its established and highly regarded private client team as a specialist contentious probate lawyer in the contentious inheritance division of the team. 

Your workload will include all aspects of contentious trust and probate work. 

You will be helping individuals who are seeking to challenge or defend the validity of a will, bring or defend a claim under the Inheritance Act, protect their interest in an estate, or have been excluded from an estate.

You will have the expertise to guide clients through the litigation process. You will also be able to help with lifetime claims, such as actions against trustees, disputes concerning deputyship, financial abuse and professional negligence claims. 

This is an outstanding opportunity to work in a dynamic and forward-thinking law firm with a long-established reputation. 

As the successful candidate, you will be working in a progressive environment; contentious probate is an area which has seen significant growth for the firm and is receiving priority for further development as a key practice area. 

You will be expected to bring strong technical expertise and also a commercial outlook and the ability to develop the practice area through your personal business skills. 

For further information or to apply for this role, please send your CV to Gayle Woolf at G2 Legal.

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