In this family legal executive role, you will join the family department of a well-established yet progressive Cheshire law firm. As part of the firm’s friendly and close-knit team, you will take on an existing family caseload and go on to handle your own caseload of privately funded matters.
Family Legal Executive – Warrington
A well-established regional firm with multiple offices across north Cheshire and Merseyside
You will take on an existing caseload and develop privately funded work that encompasses all aspects of Family law including ancillary relief, finances, TOLATA, pre-nuptial agreements, private children law matters and injunctions
While you will be based in Warrington, you will be occasionally be required to travel to the firm’s office in Leigh
Commutable from Warrington, Newton-le-Willows, St. Helens, Widnes, Liverpool and Altrincham
Added extras and benefits
A Family Legal Executive with 5+ years of experience
An experienced family lawyer with Resolution accreditation or who is on the Law Society Family Panel
Someone who is comfortable contributing to marketing and business development activity
Will be committed to delivering a quality service and excellent client care
How to apply for this Family Legal Executive role
If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’ above.
Paula is a senior consultant here at Realm and our family recruitment specialist. She works with family solicitors at all levels and has connections with family departments across the North West, Yorkshire and the Midlands. As a result of her in-depth knowledge of the family law market, she is perfectly placed to help you take your next step.
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