Court of Protection Paralegal

£25k - 35k per year + Benefits Package
31 May 2024
28 Jun 2024
Paul Norman
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

Hybrid Working, Court of Protection Paralegal, Exeter   

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 as a senior paralegal 
  • Visit clients in their homes  
  • Advise a broad range of clients including adults, children, elderly clients, trustees and beneficiaries
  • These clients’ needs will be broad, often complex and arise from age, illness or injury  
  • Liaise with family members, care homes, case managers 
  • Take care of your clients’ day to day needs - working with their financial advisors to put financial plans in place

What will you need?

  • To already be a senior court of protection paralegal with at least 3 years experience   
  • Court of Protection experience 
  • Knowledge of the Mental Capacity Act  

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?

To apply for this Court of Protection Paralegal vacancy click on apply now, or contact Paul Norman at G2 Legal for more information about this and other roles across the South West region.

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