Family Solicitor

Family Solicitor

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  • Sector:

    Legal, Family Law

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  • Salary:

    £33,000 - £45,000

  • Contact:

    Laura-Jayne Levine

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  • Published:

    12 months ago

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A niche Commercial law firm based in South Manchester are seeking a Family Solicitor to join their team due to an increase in work.

This is a rare and exciting opportunity to join a leading law firm who have an excellent reputation which is recognised by The Legal 500. Therefore, if you are looking for a firm that can offer a good quality of work in a team orientated environment with the opportunity to develop your career apply now for immediate consideration.

The role

You will ideally have 0 - 5 years PQE. You will manage a range of privately funded family law matters and disputes including divorce and financial remedy, children and injunction matters, cohabitee disputes and pre-nuptial agreements. The role will involve providing the highest quality advice and taking an active lead in continuing to grow this caseload.

Their leading Family team advises clients who are predominantly affluent individuals in the Cheshire Golden Triangle.

You will have excellent knowledge of all areas of family law and will be confident in liaising and advising high net worth clients. You will be able to respond to clients’ urgent requirements empathetically and proactively whilst maintaining and supporting the maintenance of a proper work/life balance. 

Salary starts in the region of £33,000 dependent on PQE level. The firm also offer an excellent benefits package which includes 25 days holiday plus 3 additional days for the Christmas festive period. Plus, bank holidays and ½ day off for your birthday. In addition, they also provide monthly social events across the firm, early finish on Fridays, private healthcare, subsidised gym membership, a death-in-service scheme, an employee assistance programme, childcare vouchers, cycle-to-work scheme, and a 3% contributory pension plan.