Family Lawyer Vacancy
We are looking to appoint a Family Lawyer who is confident dealing with a wide range of family related matters including divorce, financial arrangements, co-habitation and child matters. If you have excellent client care skills and a strong technical knowledge, we would like to hear from you.
Title of role

Family Lawyer (Solicitor or Legal Executive)

Experience required

1 – 2 years PQE in managing your own caseload of matters

Location

Ipswich office/home-based/flexible

Working hours

Full-time or part-time will be considered for the right candidate

Term

Permanent

Start date

From September

Salary

Competitive including healthcare benefits

Who are we looking for?

We are looking to appoint a Family Lawyer who is confident dealing with a wide range of family related matters including divorce, financial arrangements, co-habitation and child matters.

If you have excellent client care skills and a strong technical knowledge, we would like to hear from you.

What is the firm like?

Smith & Co Solicitors is a dynamic, forward-thinking practice set in the heart of Ipswich. With a strong focus on the client experience and playing a role in the surrounding community, the firm benefits from a positive local reputation.

The partners at Smith & Co have embraced technology to streamline legal practice, including an innovative app for the property department. A flexible approach to office-based and home-working has been in place for 18 months and cloud-based systems make this seamless and stress-free.

Team well-being is at the forefront of the partners consideration and a healthy work-life balance is positively encouraged.

What to do next?

If you are interested in applying for this role and joining the team or would like an informal chat to find out more, email Vicky Hosking, the Managing Partner at vh@smithandcosolicitors.co.uk or telephone her directly on 01473 228010.

Smith & Co Solicitors is an equal opportunities employer.

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