Private Practice

Tax & Estate Planning Solicitor

Tax & Estate Planning Solicitor

  • The successful candidate will ideally have at least 5 years experience respectively across all areas of tax and estate planning.
  • Possibly less, if the experience gained has been with a firm which deals with complex private client work and is highly rated for its tax and trusts practice.
  • Specifically, the areas of knowledge and skills required include expertise in inheritance tax planning and compliance.
  • You should also have a good understanding of capital gains tax, stamp duties and income tax, as well as expertise in trust law.
  • Paris Smith is a law firm with a clear vision of the future, a firm that adapts to the ever increasing demands and pressures on businesses and individuals.

Paris Smith LLP

Paris Smith LLP is one of the largest regional law firms in Central Southern England, based in landmark offices in Southampton and Winchester.

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