Private Client Solicitor

3 days left

Location
Chester
Salary
£30000 - £40000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
Posted
28 Apr 2022
Closes
26 May 2022
Ref
1270423-1-CR-17
Contact
Carl Ryan
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A regionally renowned practice in Chester that boasts an excellent reputation in the North West and Cheshire is expanding its dedicated Private Client department and is looking for a confident and capable Private Client Solicitor to join the team.

Working out of modern offices you'll be joining an experienced team working on an array of Private Client matters including, wills & probate, lasting powers of attorney, trusts & estates and court of protection matters. You'll be a qualified Solicitor (1-4yrs’ PQE ideally) passionate about providing your clients with the highest level of service, boasting a solid background in handling Private Client cases from start to finish gained within a reputable team, be ambitious and keen to be at the forefront in the ongoing development of the department.

This is your chance to engage with your clients on a regular basis and have real face to face contact, to ensure that you can build long standing relationships and generate future business. You will be actively encouraged to get involved with business development activities and assist in driving the department forward.

As part of a supportive and rewarding firm that encourages people to progress you'll handle high quality Chester style work within a close knit team. Salary and benefits will be in line with previous experience and expertise.

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