Private Wealth Disputes Solicitor (L500/Chambers ranked) - NQ - 1 yr PQE - Surrey

Expiring today

£64,000 - £66,000
22 May 2024
19 Jun 2024
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

Private Wealth Disputes Solicitor

NQ – 1yrs

Prestigious Tier 1 team in Surrey - Top 50 UK Law Firm


Really exciting opportunity to specialise in this increasingly important area of practice.

This is a chance to join one of the UK's largest Private Wealth Disputes teams with a National reputation, recognised in all the directories.

The work is incredibly varied and interesting, so every day and every case is different. You will gain experience dealing with disputes over wills, financial provision claims, disputes with executors, disputes regarding powers of attorney, contested Court of Protection applications and long-term and elderly care matters. Clients can range from high net worth individuals to well-known charities and large financial institutions.

Our client is looking for someone either approaching qualification with a passion for private wealth disputes (ideally gained from a seat as part of your training contract) or who has just qualified into a private wealth disputes role. The team need someone who is ambitious and driven to develop their career in this area, and already working as part of a strong, specialist Contentious Private Client team.

This is is a chance to take a step forward, joining one of the highest regarded teams here in the UK in these specialist areas of work.

Competitive salary, and an excellent broad-ranging benefits package on offer.




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