Family Paralegal, Gloucestershire – An opportunity has arisen within an established law firm for an experienced Family Paralegal to provide support to the experienced Family Lawyers on a variety of family matters. To apply or to register your interest, please contact Theresa on 0121 454 1004 or email email@example.com with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion and quote Job Ref: TL4835
JOB TITLE: Family Paralegal
SALARY: Up to circa £25,000
The successful family paralegal will be required to assist the experienced Lawyers within a thriving busy matrimonial department. This role requires excellent organisation and time management skills along with the ability to prioritise workload. You must know the family process from inception to completion and have worked in a similar environment in your previous role.
THE FAMILY PARALEGAL MUST HAVE:
• Prior experience of assisting on preparing of bundles for court.
• A sound knowledge of the divorce and financial process along with dealing with both private and public children matters.
• Experience of using various case management systems;
• The ability to work effectively as part of a team and both independently;
• Excellent client care skills.
My client is a progressive, forward-thinking firm who provide services across the West & East Midlands region. They are a multi-service law who boost experienced professionals who are committed to getting the best results for their clients
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