Job Details

Family Law Attorney

Company name

Confidential

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Posted on

Oct 13, 2021

Years of Experience

Min 10 yrs required

Location

Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Family Law >> Family Law
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Growing Broward Law Firm is looking to add an experienced Family Law attorney to our team. We are looking for a family law attorney with a winning attitude and a desire to develop professionally to step in and immediately contribute to the practice.

Candidates must have at least 10 years of experience in Family Law; specifically, experience in marital dissolutions, custody disputes, child support modifications, post-decree disputes, and related areas.

Qualified candidates should be highly professional team players with strong organizational and communication skills (written and verbal) and a client service orientation.

An existing book of business is welcome but not required. If you have a paralegal or legal assistant that you would like to bring with you, please indicate that in your response and provide that person’s resume for consideration.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, and a fun, fast-paced, and dynamic environment. Interested candidates are invited to respond to this posting with a resume. All inquiries will be kept strictly confidential. Full time attorneys are eligible for benefits including health and 401(k).

Company info

Confidential

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