Private Client Solicitor 1 PQE +

QED Legal
£40000 per annum
15 Sep 2023
13 Oct 2023
Devan Partington
Job Title
Practice Area
Wills & Probate
Contract Type
Full Time
Work with one of the leading firms in Solihull within a highly ranked Legal 500 team. The perfect opportunity to progress your career to the next stages and gain exposure to HNW clients. The firm boats an industry leading and award-winning training and development programme that shapes the West Midland’s very best Private Client Solicitors.
  • 1 - 2 years PQE
  • Solicitor position with clear progression opportunities
  • Work/life balance
The role will involve a diverse range of matters including: Our areas of expertise include:
  • Wills
  • Trusts – setting up, administration and tax implications.
  • Probate and administration of estates, including postdeath inheritance tax planning.
  • Lasting powers of attorney and court of protection work.
You may be a recently qualified Solicitor with experience of Private Client work, or a Chartered Legal Executive looking to broaden your experience within Private Client.  Alternatively, you may currently be a Paralegal within a Private Client team and looking for the next step to progress your career. 
You will be joining a team of around 5 exceptional lawyers at varying stages of seniority that boasts an enviable reputation in the local area.
With a strong focus on career development for the successful candidate, coupled with a truly collaborative environment, this opportunity proves one not to be missed.
For a confidential chat and further information on this role, please contact Devan Partington at QED Legal.

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