Private Client Solicitor

4 days left

Location
Oxford
Salary
£50k - 65k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
30 May 2024
Closes
27 Jun 2024
Ref
1515803-2-GW-22
Contact
Gayle Woolf
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Our client is a well-established, full service Legal 500 law firm servicing both business and private client areas of law with 5 branches through the South East region.

It is currently recruiting a senior Private Client Solicitor (5+ years’ PQE) to join its Oxford office.

The firm specialises in Commercial & Residential Property, Matrimonial, Litigation, Wills & Probate and has several established offices throughout the region.

The successful candidate will join a well-respected firm at a significant time in its development.

You will benefit from working within a friendly team that prides itself on being meticulous and hard-working.

You will pick up an existing caseload of interesting matters to include: 

  • Wills
  • Tax planning
  • Probate and estate administration
  • Cross-border estates
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Mental capacity issues
  • Court of Protection applications (financial and welfare deputyships/statutory Wills/gifting applications/retrospective authority)
  • Trust creation and administration
  • Advising executors/attorneys/deputies/trustees in their duties and responsibilities

The firm has an excellent reputation in the region and are renowned for their high level of service to their clients. Career progression and Partnership a very realistic option for the right candidate.

Apply online or contact Gayle Woolf at G2 Legal today.

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