A well-respected West-Midlands based Legal 500 firm are looking to strengthen their team in Kidderminster and take on a Court of Protection Solicitor with 4-8 years PQE.
In this role, you will provide legal support to clients and in house Deputies/Attorneys, including drafting and administering Court of Protection Property and Affairs Applications, for in house Professional Deputies
The firm place a significant emphasis on the wellbeing of their employees and offer flexible and home working to all of their lawyers. This is a fantastic position if you are looking to work flexibly and be an integral part of the team.
Court of Protection Solicitor – Kidderminster
The company & role
The ideal candidate
A comprehensive understanding of Court of Protection Rules, OPG Professional Deputy Standards, Solicitors Accounts Rules and Law and the legal context, including resources to maintain continuous professional development.
How to apply for this Court of Protection Solicitor role
If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’ above. Alternatively, to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest, contact Kelly on 03300 245 606 or email email@example.com.
Kelly is a Principal Consultant at Realm and works exclusively within private client, contentious probate and court of protection recruitment. She works with law firms of all sizes across the North West and Yorkshire, from private client boutiques to multi-service national firms. Kelly’s in-depth market knowledge and contacts enable her to match private client solicitors with the right firms and roles for them.
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