We are looking for a Will Writer to join our Private Client Department based at either our Moortown or Leeds City Centre office.
Working within our Private Client department and being responsible for the creation of a range of Wills and documentation, from basic and mirror wills to more complex Wills including property trusts and/or multi beneficiaries
Main responsibilities include:
Attending initial Client consultations and taking instructions on legal documents including Wills and other estate planning documents
Drafting Wills, Power of Attorney and Trusts
Assisting senior colleagues on complex Private Client matters
Using case management system
Client appointments will be both at our Leeds and Moortown offices.
We are looking for someone with strong Wills experience (ideally two years or more), with a sound understanding of Will writing, excellent organisational skills and ability to professionally and accurately manage a busy caseload. A passion for quality care and successfully delivering on the task in hand is essential.
Salary and Benefits
Salary: Market Rate dependent on experience + generous bonus scheme.
Health care cash plan
Generous holiday entitlement + Christmas closure + your birthday off + incremental holiday days
Support for professional development
Company pension (Aegon)
Work/life balance and a supportive work environment
Savings on travel season tickets
Casual dress (unless seeing clients)
Sports and Social and CSR Committees, opportunities for paid volunteering
Opportunity to make a difference to a growing firm, where new ideas are valued
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