Private Client Lawyer, 1+ PQE, South Lincolnshire, up to £40,000. This successful firm in Lincolnshire are actively seeking an ambitious Private Client Lawyer to join their growing team. To apply or to register your interest, please contact Lauren on 0113 320 0575 or email email@example.com with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion and quote Job Ref: 7945
JOB TITLE: Private Client Lawyer
EXPERIENCE: 1+ PQE
LOCATION: South Lincolnshire
SALARY: up to £40,000 (£DOE)
This firm acts for clients in some of the most complex and challenging situations, offering advice in all areas of private client law. The caseload you will take on will be varied and will cover matters such as wills, trusts, probate, estate planning, court of protection and lasting powers of attorney. You will have the ability to put the clients’ interest at the heart of what you do by keeping them up to date with each step of the process.
This role is best suited to either a Solicitor or Legal Executive who will have upwards of 1 years’ PQE. Applications are still encouraged from experienced Paralegals who have previous experience in a similar setting and running their own caseload of matters. You will have strong organisational skills and attention to detail, whilst possessing the ability to work under pressure to meet tight deadlines. Great communication skills and the ability to engage confidently with colleagues, clients, and stakeholders is essential to being successful in this role.
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