Job Details

Estate Planning, Probate, & Trust Administration Attorney

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type


Date Last Verified

Oct 22,2019

Posted on

Oct 10,2019

Years of Experience

Min 1 yrs required


Santa Rosa, CA, United States


Practice Area
Trusts and Estates >> Trusts and Estates
  Employer Sponsored Job (Free to apply to)


We have an opening for an associate estate planning, probate, and trust administration attorney with at least one year of relevant experience. 

The position includes working with other estate planning attorneys and paralegals, meeting with clients, and making court appearances.

This is an excellent opportunity to join an established law firm, work with a team of dedicated professionals, and develop and expand a legal practice.

Please submit your cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to Ms. Christensen.

Company info

O'Brien, Watters & Davis, LLP

Company Profile

O'Brien Watters & Davis, LLP is an AV-rated firm located in Santa Rosa, California. We are a medium-sized, full-service law firm. Strongly rooted in Sonoma County, our firm has an excellent reputation in the community, and has had three of its former partners appointed and elected judges on the Sonoma County Superior Court. Since its founding in 1982, O'Brien Watters & Davis, LLP has been committed to providing superior and effective legal services and high-quality representation for clients throughout California. Our long-term relationships with both local business and individual clients, coupled with our attorneys' commitments to community involvement and public service, have enabled our roots to run deeply into the place we call home — Sonoma County.

Similar Jobs:

Associate Attorney
Novato, CA
Attorneys helping people........Brayton Purcell LLP is an extremely busy plaintiff's litigation ...
Law Firm Staff brings you up to date and high quality legal staff openings in law firms and in-house...
Law Firm Staff brings you up to date and high quality legal staff openings in law firms and in-house...