Private Client Solicitor

Contract Type
Practice Area
Private Client
0-2 yrs, 3 -4 yrs, 5+ yrs
Are you an experienced Private Client Solicitor looking for a new and exciting challenge? This is a fantastic opportunity to join an established private practice, based in Perthshire with a solid client base throughout Scotland.

Job Description

Due to continuing success the business is continuing to grow and as such they are looking for an experienced Private Client Solicitor to join them and further bolster the team.

It is anticipated you shall have a minimum of 3 years’ post qualifying experience and will have extensive experience of advising clients on all matters of private client work including Wills, POAs, Older People Care and Business Succession Planning. Consideration shall also be given to applicants with up to 6 years’ post qualifying experience.

It goes without saying you must have exceptional client care skills, be comfortable dealing with people at all levels and be confident building relationships with clients and other associated parties such as Financial Advisers, Banks and Insurers.

There is huge potential here to carve a very successful career and the firm have a great flexible and agile working policy. You may live outside of Perth and previously not considered working in the area due to the commute, you don’t need to do this on a daily basis, post COVID, you can work remotely and perhaps visit the office 1 day per week, best of both worlds.

A competitive salary and fantastic career progression opportunities exits.

Like to find out more? Please contact Deborah Collier at QED Legal on the details provided for an informal discussion.

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