Family Solicitor - South Lakes - Local Client Base!

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Recruiter
QED Legal
Location
England, Cumbria, Ulverston
Salary
£30000 - £40000 per annum + Benefits
Posted
21 Sep 2019
Closes
19 Oct 2019
Ref
BBBH27827
Contact
Nick Skelly
Practice area
Family
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Outstanding opportunity to start a new lifestyle in the Lake District and strike a fantastic work/life balance with for one of the most prominent law firms in the South Lakes & Cumbria.

My client are seeking a Family Solicitor to join their small department and deal with a caseload of private family law matters with a local client base and develop your own caseload. You must be experienced within a broad range of family work such as divorce and seperation, pre-nuptial disputes, adoption, childcare, financial disputes, ancillary relief and undertake your own advocacy.

This is a great chance to develop your career in a stable environment due to an upturn in work and instruction to the department. Whilst fee earning is the main focus of this role.there will also be an emphasis on business development as a significant amount of work is based on repeat clients and referrals.

Salary will be based on PQE level however you will also have a generous benefits package with bonus scheme. For further information on this role please contact Nick Skelly at QED Legal for further information.

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