Court of Protection Solicitor

Location
Exeter
Salary
£50k - 70k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
31 May 2024
Closes
28 Jun 2024
Ref
1529006-1-PN-22
Contact
Paul Norman
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

What is on offer? 

  • Work within this reputed Legal 500 firm and established team
  • Fantastic salary & career support 
  • Hybrid working – Exeter based with very sensible hybrid working arrangements to suit you & your needs
  • Genuine path for career progression 

What will you do? 

  • Handle a full and broad court of protection caseload 
  • Advise a broad range of clients including adults, children, elderly clients, trustees and beneficiaries
  • Their needs will be broad, often complex and arise from age, illness or injury  
  • Visit clients in their homes where necessary 
  • Liaise with family members, care homes, case managers 
  • Take care of day to day needs - working with their financial advisors to put financial plans in place

What will you need?

  • To be a qualified court of protection solicitor or legal executive with at least 1 year of PQE  
  • Court of Protection experience 
  • Knowledge of the Mental Capacity Act 
  • Any exposure to deprivation of liberty and investigating financial abuse would be useful, but not essential

Benefits include: 

  • Hybrid home & office working 
  • Excellent starting salary 
  • 25 days holiday (+ buy/sell options) 
  • Healthcare & Dental Insurance 
  • A true commitment to colleague well-being 

What next?

  • Click on apply now, or contact Paul Norman at G2 Legal for more information about this and other roles across the South West 

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