Private Practice

Tax, Trust and Estate Solicitor

Tax, Trust and Estate Solicitor

  • About the Firm: Irwin Mitchell is a firm of solicitors in the United Kingdom, established in Sheffield in 1912. The firm now has 14 offices across 14 British cities.
  • About the role: This is an interesting and varied role working with a wide range of clients as part of the Tax, Trust and Estate team to provide quality legal advice to the firm’s clients.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your expertise and experience. Some of your work will require you to communicate with tact and sensitivity in challenging circumstances, dealing with vulnerable or distressed clients and advising them of the best course of legal action or alternatives. Equally, you must be able to prioritise multiple deadlines to give the client the best experience possible, communicating with them in a timely and professional manner to keep them abreast of any developments.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to work closely with our colleagues in Court of Protection, as your role will involve drafting Court of Protection (COP) applications.
  • And more: You will also handle financial transactions with regards to arranging payment of invoices and reconciling bank statements relating to these files.

Irwin Mitchel LLP

Irwin Mitchell is unlike any other law firm. Nationally acclaimed, with a strong international capability, we offer a broad range of legal services to national and international organisations and institutions, small and medium-sized businesses and private individuals.

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