Private Client Solicitor (3+ PQE)

Organisation
G2 Legal Limited
Reference
MM / 1155340
Contract Type
Full-Time
Practice Area
Executry, Private Client, Tax, Trusts & Estates
Location
Aberdeen
Salary
£36,000 - £50,000
PQE
3 -4 yrs, 5+ yrs
Our client is a well-regarded Legal500 firm, seeking an experienced private client solicitor (3+ PQE) to join their expanding Wills, Trusts and Executries team in Aberdeen.

Job Description

Our client is a well-regarded Legal500 firm, seeking an experienced private client solicitor (3+ PQE) to join their expanding Wills, Trusts and Executries team in Aberdeen. 
 
In this role you will be managing your own caseload of complex private client work consisting of drafting wills and Powers of Attorney, providing succession planning, asset protection, tax mitigation advice and the administration of executry estates. You will also review existing policies, practices and precedents, as well as cross-selling other legal, property and financial services. 
 
As the successful candidate, you will demonstrate excellent attention to detail, as well as the strong communication and organisation skills required to effectively deal with Wills, Trusts and Executry matters in a timely manner. A step qualification is desirable but not essential.
 
If you are a keen and driven private client solicitor, seeking an opportunity that provides excellent structured career progression, then this opportunity could be for you! It also comes with a competitive package and remuneration. 
 
If this sounds of interest to you, please apply with an updated CV or contact Martin McGhee at G2 Legal on:
 
Email: martin.mcghee@g2legal.com
Phone: 0131 278 0000

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