Private Client Solicitor Jobs

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What does a private client solicitor do?

A private client solicitor acts for private individuals on legal related issues such as finance, wills, trusts and probate. Their clients may be high net worth individuals who hold various properties in the UK and overseas. Private client solicitors may also deal with not-for-profit associations or charitable organisations.

What are the typical job duties of a private client solicitor?

The main objective of a private client solicitor is to provide advice which will help preserve, build and maintain wealth. A private client lawyer may also provide guidance on matters, such as inheritance tax and capital gains tax. Therefore, the typical workload of a private client solicitor may include drafting wills, executing the terms of the will in the instance of death, succession and tax planning, advising trustees on the administration of trusts, as well as aspects of probate and charity work.

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