Private Practice

Solicitor, Private Client Team

Solicitor, Private Client Team

  • A strong offer for a London-based Private Client lawyer.
  • The role entails wills, trusts, and estate-planning for predominantly UK clients, advice for charities, and preparation of Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection work.
  • A good level of tax knowledge is necessary for administration of estates, tax-efficient will-drafting, and related issues
  • You'll need sound knowledge and interest in private client practice, and in particular probate work.
  • Strong motivation and ambition to succeed.

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