Family Solicitor - Southampton

England, Hampshire, Southampton
06 Mar 2018
03 Apr 2018
Edward Maunder
Practice area
5 years
Full time
Contract type

Are you an experienced Family Solicitor looking to make the move into an exciting role with genuine partnership prospects?

Clayton Legal is currently working with a niche Family & Private Client firm based in Southampton. They are currently looking to recruit a Family Solicitor with 5+ years PQE to join their Southampton office in a role that has come about as a result of expansion.

Your caseload will consist of a variety of Family Law matters with a focus on Matrimonial Finance and Children Law. The current Family team consists of three Solicitors and one trainee. The caseload could be expanded to include aspects of Contentious Probate/Wills & Probate matters therefore any experience in this area would be beneficial.

As the ideal candidate, you will have an in depth knowledge of the aforementioned Matrimonial Finance and Children Law. You must undertake your own Advocacy. Previous experience managing staff would naturally be advantageous should you wish to push for partnership.

To apply for the role, please follow the link provided or for further information please contact Edwrd Maunder at Clayton Legal.

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