Family Solicitor

3 days left

Location
Reigate
Salary
£47.5k - 57.5k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
21 May 2024
Closes
18 Jun 2024
Ref
1194101-3-ZM-21
Contact
Zac Marshall
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A Legal 500, and Chambers & Partners recommended Family team in Surrey is recruiting due to continued success in the department.

As the new Family Solicitor at this highly reputed Legal 200 firm, you'll be responsible for managing a privately funded caseload. In return, you will be given strong personal and professional support. 

This firm has offices spanning across Surrey and London, and you will join large and collegiate team of highly trained solicitors and staff with backgrounds at large central London firms. 

The feedback we've had from a candidate we placed in this team has been very positive and they continue to go from success to success. 

The typical caseload will include: 

  • Divorce and finances
  • Childcare arrangements

To be considered for this role you must: 

  • Be a 2+ PQE UK qualified solicitor 
  • Have dealt with privately funded family law matters 
  • Have a good academic background

Benefits include: 

  • Hybrid working
  • Support with further professional qualifications and study support
  • An internal support network 
  • Generous bonuses
  • Private medical insurance
  • Dental
  • Childcare support
  • Travel loans
  • Death in service
  • 25 days annual leave

If you are interested in working for a Legal 500 family team in Surrey, please apply now or contact Zac Marshall at G2 Legal for further information. 

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