Court of Protection Lawyer

Location
Greater Manchester
Salary
on application
Posted
17 May 2024
Closes
14 Jun 2024
Ref
215295949
Contact
Lauren Harris
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Private Client
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

COURT OF PROTECTION LAWYER, 2 + EXPERIENCE, GREATER MANCHESTER. Full-service Top 100 law firm also recognised as a leading law firm by the Legal 500 and Chambers 2024. JOB REF: 5949

JOB TITLE:        Court of Protection Lawyer
EXPERIENCE:    2 + years
LOCATION:       Greater Manchester
SALARY:            on application

•Due to the continued growth in the Court of Protection team, the firm are seeking an experienced Legal Professional to join them and manage new deputyships from receipt of deputy appointment Order

•The appointed candidate will be managing a diverse caseload that includes deputyships and personal injury trusts stemming from personal injury or clinical negligence claims, both before and after settlement, as well as deputyships appointed by the OPG panel and local authority.

•In this position, you'll receive support as part of a sub-team within the larger department. Responsibilities include Supporting and protecting client’s needs on a wide range of issues including financial planning, management of their funds, assets, property and care arrangements.

•Applications are open to Solicitors or Legal Executives with a minimum of 2 years’ experience handling a caseload of Court of Protection matters.
 


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