Contentious Probate Solicitor with at least three years pqe is sought to join a leading regional practices with offices across the South West. This is a rare and exciting opportunity for a Solicitor passionate about contentious probate to develop their career at an established firm. On offer at this exceptional law firm is unparalleled career progression, the chance to work in a firm with one of the best reputations locally and incredibly competitive starting salaries,
JOB TITLE: Contentious Probate Solicitor
PQE REQUIRED: 3+ years PQE
LOCATION: South West
SALARY: £55,000+ (dependant on experience)
OVERVIEW OF ROLE:
• Long established law firm with offices across the South West are looking to develop their contentious probate team.
• They have gone from strength to strength and, as such, there is the capacity and workload in place to recruit a talented and ambitious Contentious Probate Solicitor.
• The appointed Contentious Probate Solicitor will assist on all kinds of will disputes and other claims involving administration of an estate, property and trusts.
• In addition, there will be the opportunity to work on more unusual and complex matters including claims before the Court of Protection and professional negligence arising out of the incorrect preparation of a will.
• The role comes with a competitive salary and our client is keen to emphasise that they are happy to accommodate flexible working.
THE CONTENTIOUS PROBATE SOLICITOR:
• The ideal Contentious Probate Solicitor will have at least a year of experience working in a similar role.
• An ambitious individual with the confidence to communicate with clients and use their own initiative to progress matters independently is required to be successful in this role.
• It is essential that the successful Contentious Probate Solicitor is happy to work independently but also keen to play a key role in the success of this growing team.
• Our client may consider a Solicitor working in a civil litigation role, provided they have had some good quality experience of contentious probate matters.