Contentious Probate Solicitor

Location
Shrewsbury
Salary
Benefits Package
Posted
30 May 2024
Closes
27 Jun 2024
Ref
1508205-3-RH-22
Contact
Rebecca Healey
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Are you a Contentious Probate Solicitor in Shropshire or relocating to Shropshire? Are you seeking a new challenge within a Legal 200 law firm? Our client is looking to recruit a contentious probate solicitor for their reputable department. The firm offers hybrid working, an attractive bonus scheme and transparent career progression. 

This Contentious Probate Team is led by a STEP and ACTAPS qualified Partner. They have 5 solicitors in the team mainly based at another office though the partner travels to Shropshire on a weekly basis.

The team are now looking for a Contentious Probate Solicitor around 5 years’ PQE who will join the Shrewsbury office with the support of legal secretaries. To be considered you must have the ability to manage your own caseload with limited supervision,  exceptional communication skills and fantastic client care skills. A willingness to attend networking and business development activities is important. 

On offer for a Contentious Probate Solicitor within this team is autonomy, the ability to learn and develop alongside a highly regarded Partner, the ability to create and develop he Shrewsbury team, career progression through to Partnership, hybrid working and an extensive list of benefits. 

To be considered for this Contentious Probate Solicitor role please contact Rebecca Healey at G2 Legal or apply online. 

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