Family Solicitor

  • Job Reference: BH-36666
  • Date Posted: 3 May 2024
  • Recruiter: Law Staff Limited
  • Location: Staffordshire
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £45,000 to £50,000
  • Sector: Family
  • Personnel Type: Solicitor

Job Description

Are you a 5 year+ Family Solicitor seeking a fresh challenge with a well-respected Legal 500 Firm?

Our client is seeking a dedicated Family Solicitor to join them dealing with a full range of Family Law matters. The ideal candidate must possess sound practical knowledge, exceptional communication skills, and a strong commitment to client care. They should demonstrate the capability to independently manage their caseload, while also benefiting from departmental support. Additionally, proficiency in business development and achieving financial targets is essential for this role.

The Firm:
Our esteemed Legal 500 client is a full-service practice with a nationwide presence recognised for providing high quality legal advice to private and commercial clients. With client care at their core, the Firm comprises specialists with diverse expertise, drawn from top-tier UK firms, ensuring clients receive the highest quality advice. Understanding the intricacies of business, with many team members boasting hands-on experience in multi-million-pound companies, providing invaluable foresight and risk management skills.

Type of work:

Dealing with a full range of Family Law matters to include, but not limited to:
  • Divorce and Separation
  • Financial Settlements
  • Children matters
  • Advocacy
In return for your hard work and dedication the Firm offer a competitive benefits package to include, hybrid working schemes, target related bonuses, training and development opportunities along with many other impressive incentives!

Vacancy Reference Number: 36666
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