Great Southern Wills is a boutique Wills and Estate Planning law firm based in Albany, Western Australia. We specialise in providing Wills, Estate Planning and Farm Succession Planning in the Great Southern region of Western Australia.
We are a small, close-knit team with one Principal Lawyer (Bernadette Duell), a paralegal and 2 administration staff. We are searching for an up and coming Wills & Estate Planning Lawyer who wants to specialise in this highly rewarding area of law.
Our firm ethos is…Empower…Plan…Peace Of Mind.
We do Law differently.
That means no timesheets, agreed fixed fees not billable hours, no surprises for clients.
Does that interest you? If so, read on.
Our ideal person will have been practising in this area of Law for at least 3 years and will primarily provide Wills and Estate Planning advice and documents to our target Family market in and around Albany.
You will meet with clients in person or online and Empower them to formulate an Estate Plan that will provide them with Peace of Mind should something unexpected happen like incapacity or their passing.
You will be supported by a dedicated professional team and receive ongoing Estate Planning training alongside our Principal, Bernadette Duell, who has had over 20 years’ experience in this area of Law. Whilst we are a small team that does not mean you will not be able to draw on the combined experience of others in your field.
As a Wills and Estate Planning Lawyer with Great Southern Wills you will be part of an Australia wide network of Wills and Estate Planning specialists who will assist you in growing your expertise. We have training with this network every Thursday morning to discuss strategy and recent changes to the law.
If you would like further information about this position then please contact Paul Terry, our Business Manager, on 0438 944 676 to arrange a time for a confidential discussion. Alternatively, you can fill out the form below to request further information, express your interest and send through your resume online.
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