Contentious Probate Solicitor, 3+ PQE – West Midlands - An exciting and rare opportunity has arisen for a Contentious Probate Solicitor to join this firm’s established disputes team and specialise in contentious probate matters. If you would be interested in applying, please contact Theresa Lucas on 0121 454 1004 and quote job reference: TL3819
JOB TITLE: Contentious Probate Solicitor
PQE: 3+ years
LOCATION: West Midlands
SALARY: £Market Rate
Are you seeking a rewarding career within a leading regional law firm which offers genuine support and training within this area of law? Due to growth, this leading law firm are seeking a Contentious Probate Solicitor or Legal Executive, 3+ years PQE to join their growing team. The firm have an impressive presence within the contentious probate area and support and training you will get from the team will be second to none.
The successful Contentious Probate Solicitor or Legal Executive will have 3+ relevant years’ PQE or have general commercial litigation experience with a proven passion and desire to specialise within contentious probate matters. You will be a progressive and personable individual with strong communication skills and the ability to work well within a team.
An exciting time to join this growing practice who is continuing to go from strength to strength.
SALARY AND BENEFITS:
Competitive salary and benefits package including pension scheme, competitive holiday entitlement and additional benefits.
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