A specialist family and private client boutique in Wilmslow is looking to take on a Family Solicitor with 1-4 years' PQE. As part of their close-knit family team, you will handle a varied caseload of family matters, including complex child-related divorce cases, some of which will involve high-net-worth individuals.
The firm is very flexible in their approach and would consider taking on the right candidate for this position on a part-time basis.
Family Solicitor (1-4 PQE) – Cheshire
A down-to-earth, friendly team of solicitors, some of whom have been recognised by the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners
The firm has a clear progression structure in place for lawyers looking to develop their career
Commutable from Wilmslow, Manchester, Alderley Edge, Altrincham, High Peak and Stockport
Added extras and benefits
A Family Solicitor with 1-4 years’ PQE
A solicitor comfortable running their own caseload of private family matters and who is committed to delivering a quality service and excellent client care
A personable and confident communicator
Resolution accreditation will be welcomed but is not essential
How to apply for this Family Solicitor role
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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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