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Solicitor/Legal Executive - Private Client

Solicitor/Legal Executive - Private Client

  • About the Firm: Lyons Davidson is a national law practice of around 900 employees operating from offices in Bristol, Solihull, Leeds, New Malden and Cardiff, and our associated practice in Edinburgh, Lyons Davidson Scotland LLP.
  • About the role: We have an opportunity for a qualified Solicitor or Legal Executive in our Private Client department on a full-time basis in our Bristol office.
  • Looking For: Among your many attributes, we are looking to secure your extensive tax and trusts knowledge and expertise; your extensive non-contentious Private Client knowledge; your excellent organisational skills; and your excellent communication skills.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities open to you will include, but not be limited to, Wills including providing appropriate tax and estate planning advice; administering estates including taxable and non-taxable estates and applying appropriate tax reliefs and providing advice regarding post-death planning; the creation and registration (where appropriate) of different Powers of Attorney.
  • And more: You will have essential up to date knowledge of Court processes for obtaining a variety of Deputyship Orders and familiarity with the Mental Capacity Act 2005.

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