Private Practice

International Tax & Trusts Lawyer

International Tax & Trusts Lawyer

  • About the team: When you join the Tax, Trusts, and Family (TTF) team, you will act on some of the highest value and most complex succession and tax planning work in private wealth, as well as numerous HMRC enquiries involving substantial assets.
  • About the role: You will advise clients resident in the UK but domiciled elsewhere and clients not resident in the UK on all aspects of UK taxation.
  • Looking for: You will have recent and relevant Private Client work experience focused on international tax and trusts.
  • Opportunities: At Burges Salmon, you will gain professional development with a structured path to advancing your career, guided by an award-winning and supportive leadership team to enhance your skills and experience.
  • And more: We are committed to finding the right person for this role and are open to discussing flexible working patterns.

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