Junior Private Client Solicitor

England, Kent
10 May 2022
07 Jun 2022
Liam Andrews
Job Title
Practice Area
Private Client
Contract Type
Full Time

Junior Private Client Solicitor

£37,000 + DOE


Strong reputable firm located in Kent seek a solicitor of between 1-3 years qualified in order to expand their Private Client Department.

As a solicitor in the department, you will be handling a mixed case load including Wills, Probate, Trusts, Tax Planning, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection work. This is a client-facing role but will also involve drafting of Wills, Codicils, Trust documents and LPAs to support others in the department.

Ideally you will need to have previous experience of working in the practice area during qualification. Some experience of contentious probate work is an advantage but is not essential. Similarly STEP qualification (or progress towards it) is an advantage but not essential.

In return you be rewarded with a flexible and willing approach to your progression, and the opportunity to develop business in an already existing established market.

Salary dependant on experience.

If this vacancy is of interest, or to discuss the market generally, please do not hesitate to contact Liam Andrews at Chadwick Nott on 07921 895 776

*Where a level of experience is indicated, this is a guideline only and represents the amount of time we would usually expect a candidate to accumulate the requisite level of experience. This does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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