Private Client Solicitor

Location
Helston
Salary
£35k - 60k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
04 Jun 2024
Closes
02 Jul 2024
Ref
1502136-4-PN-23
Contact
Paul Norman
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Private Client Solicitor or Legal Executive - Helston or Falmouth, Cornwall 

What’s on offer? 

  • Join a highly specialised and technically proficient private client team 
  • Established client base to advise 
  • Join one of the largest law firms in Cornwall 
  • Work in Falmouth or Helston (or potentially other Cornish locations) with 2 days/week from home 

What will you do? 

  • Handle a full and broad private client caseload including Will drafting, Estate administration, LPAs 
  • Continue to improve the already fantastic team reputation through your good work 
  • Hit the ground running advising an existing client base  

What will you need? 

  • To be a qualified solicitor or legal executive 
  • To have at least 1 year of experience within private client law    
  • Both local candidates and those looking to relocate to Cornwall will be considered 

Benefits include: 

  • Excellent starting salary
  • Annual salary reviews 
  • Hybrid working to include 2 days/week working from home (if you wish) 
  • 26 days holiday + bank holidays on top  
  • Generous annual bonus scheme 
  • Company pension scheme 
  • Opportunities to progress your career within private client law 

What next? 

  • Click on apply now to send your CV over 
  • Or call Paul Norman at G2 Legal today for a confidential chat about this and other roles across the South West 

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