Family Chartered Legal Executive

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Highly regarded family team in central Leeds have a fantastic opening for a Chartered Legal Executive looking to work with really high-quality, private, family matters. They are super busy and as a result need someone who is confident handling their own mixed caseload of divorce, financial settlements and child disputes. You will be working alongside really experienced family law specialists so the quality of support and training is exceptional. They are pretty open to the level that they recruit at but as a guide they are keen to hear lawyers with upwards of 2 years good quality experience through to more senior Chartered Legal Executives. If you are a fee earner who doesn't have the qualification but has years of family law experience you are also encouraged to apply. Whilst currently working largely remotely they have fantastic offices so when the time is right to return they are centrally located in Leeds, less than 10 minutes walk from the train station. Longer term they are also able to offer remote working with three days at home and two days in the office. If you are interested in this role or would like to find out more about this exciting family opportunity, please contact Helen Mauborgne at Sacco Mann or another member of our Chartered Legal Executive and Paralegal team. Alternatively, if you know of anyone who would be suitable for this role then please let them or us know as we offer a reward for successful referrals. For full terms please see our website.

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