Paralegal (Probate/Private Client): Leeds

Location
England, West Yorkshire, Leeds
Salary
Depends on experience
Posted
04 Jun 2024
Closes
02 Jul 2024
Ref
4570649
Contact
Samuel Higgins
Job Title
Paralegal
Practice Area
Private Client
PQE Level
NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A busy and growing Private Client team at a highly popular national law firm's Leeds office have an opportunity for a paralegal with at least 6 months experience working on private client matters.


Applying candidates can expect to be mainly assisting the probate team on a varied caseload which includes applications for grants of representation and administration of estates, preparation of powers of attorney/deeds/codicils. It is therefore important that candidates interested in this role be able to demonstrate previous paralegal experience working in this area as this is not a role where experience in other areas or candidates looking for an entry level role will be appropriate.


If you are someone looking to build a successful career within the private client / probate law space then this is certainly a role that you should consider applying for.


For further information about this role please contact Samuel Higgins at Hays Legal.

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