Private Client Solicitor

£45k - 50k per year + Benefits Package
11 Jun 2024
09 Jul 2024
Gayle Woolf
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

Do you want to join an award winning law firm in central Reading that offers you: 

  • Hybrid working
  • Passionate about work life balance
  • Genuinely family friendly and amazing place to work
  • Investors in People Gold
  • Lexcel Accredited

Chambers listed and well established, this successful and progressive Partner lead Law firm offers a wide range of legal services to both private individuals and corporate clients.

The provision of excellent personalised client service is the focus of the firm as well as having a friendly, practical and efficient approach.

The firm is seeking a newly qualified Private Client Solicitor or Legal Executive to join its busy and highly respected Wills Trusts & Estates department, working with other fee earners and developing their own caseload.

You will be responsible for broad diet of private client matters including:

  • Wills
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Probate
  • The administration of estates, IHT Tax & Trusts

It is essential that candidates have some experience in Private client work but the firm will consider newly qualified solicitors with relevant training seat experience. You will maintain a continuous emphasis on best practice in respect of client care, recognising in particular the needs of elderly clients.

This exciting opportunity will enable the successful candidate to assist in promoting, developing and marketing the Private Client Department.

Apply online or contact Gayle Woolf at G2 Legal today.

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