Private Client Lawyer - Eastleigh

QED Legal
£40000 - £58000 per annum
12 May 2022
09 Jun 2022
Gary Longmate
Job Title
Practice Area
Private Client
Contract Type
Full Time
Private Client Lawyer

Eastleigh, Hampshire

A new opportunity for an experienced lawyer at the an estbalished Hampshire High Street name. 

A national law firm providing first class high street legal services across the country via an established network of local names. They have recently undergone a strategic restructure and change that will see them continue to grow further underpinned by strong financial backing providing a great deal of potential for any lawyer wishing to be part of their success story.

The team in Eastleigh are seeking to hire an established private client lawyer, to take on an existing caseload, a key position for this office with plenty of scope to further grow the business. You will also have your own dedicated legal support resource.

You should be an experienced private client lawyer competent in managing your won caseload of work. The role provides the opportunity to lead and drive the department forward. Your work will include Wills, Probate matters, Inheritance tax issues, Trusts, Lasting Powers of Attorney, and general elderly client issues including some Deputyship work. 

There will be an attractive package on offer for the successful candidate with benefits & bonus scheme also included, with salary open to discussion (above figures are purely a guide) and very much dependant on experience and track record. 

For further information on this position please contact Gary at QED Legal or simply apply online for an immediate response. 

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