Private Client Solicitor - Exeter

Location
Exeter - with hybrid-working inc WFH days
Salary
£55,000++
Posted
31 May 2024
Closes
28 Jun 2024
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Exeter – Private Client Solicitor opportunities - £55,000+

Our client is a leading Exeter firm with a very strong name for their Private Client, Tax and Trusts practice. They have an established and experienced team, and are always busy with good quality, varied and often HNW work.

As a result of consistently increasing levels of new work, they are looking to appoint potentially up to two new additional members of the team, ideally at Solicitor level and at Associate level. Both appointments will be permanent new roles, and can be full time or part-time, and will offer hybrid-working allowing for days in the office working with the team and also days working from home.

Ideal candidates will be from newly or recently qualified, up to six or more years of PQE. It is important that you have a strong grounding across a range of Private Client work, including at least some of - wills, administration of estates, tax planning, trusts, elderly client affairs etc.

In return there is the opportunity to work as part of an already successful but still a very ambitious and growing team who want to become the undisputed #1 team in the region for Private Client work. You will also have excellent opportunities for personal career progression moving up within the team as it isn’t top heavy and the team is always looking for its future Partners.

Excellent salaries on offer, as well as a wider bonus and benefits package.

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