Hybrid Family Solicitor

£35k - 70k per year
04 Jun 2024
02 Jul 2024
Dan Craddock
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

A rare opportunity for a Family Solicitor to join this leading Yorkshire Based firm in its Wakefield office. The firm has offices all over Yorkshire, offer hybrid working and does great work across Private Family, Legal Aid Family & Care work. You'll be joining a team of well established, highly successful Family Solicitors, and have the opportunity to progress quickly.

Benefits include:

  • Generous holiday entitlement ranging from 23-31 days (full-time, depending on the length of service with the firm)
  • Auto-enrolment pension scheme
  • Discounted bus travel
  • Pay care Health Cash Plan (employee contributions)
  • Professional membership/subscription support
  • Death in Service Life Assurance – 3 times the salary
  • Free conveyancing on your main residential property
  • A free will
  • Regular social events including summer BBQ and a Christmas party

You, the Family Solicitor, will be running your own caseload, dealing with new client enquiries, dealing with matters at all stages, from instruction through to archiving, instructing counsel or other experts where appropriate, be the Family Solicitor representing clients at Court (including advocacy), but to name a few.

As the successful Family Solicitor you will give professional and friendly client care, have the ability to deal with technical details and to express solutions to complex legal problems in a concise and client friendly way.

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