Search using our robust engine. Get the recommendations you need to get ahead.
Browse through our expansive list of legal practice areas.
Work where you are or where you would like to be. Find where you will work with LawCrossing.
Use our marketplace to feature your opportunity
Start your search today
Set up your account and manage your company profile on LawCrossing
Look through and compare company profiles
Learn from the legal expert
Discover salaries and the scope of your next job
LawCrossing Works Read Testimonials and Share your Story
Values and Your Career
South Burlington, VT, United States
Max 10 yrs required
A reputable law firm in South Burlington is seeking a dedicated Foreclosure Attorney to become an essential part of their dynamic practice. If you possess a Juris Doctor degree, are admitted to the Bar in the State of Vermont (admission in other New England states is a plus), and have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, then apply. This role offers a unique opportunity to oversee and manage all stages of the foreclosure process in Vermont, representing the interests of mortgage lenders and/or servicers.
As a Foreclosure Attorney with the firm, you will play a pivotal role in overseeing and working closely with support staff to complete judicial mortgage foreclosures in the State of Vermont. Your responsibilities will encompass drafting and reviewing all necessary documentation, including notices, correspondence, pleadings, and other legal documents. You will efficiently prepare and respond to inquiries or disputes, attend and argue motions and hearings before the courts, and represent mortgage lenders and/or servicers in all stages of foreclosure proceedings. Your ability to provide legal counsel to foreclosure clients and attend mediation sessions will be highly valued.
The successful candidate must possess a Juris Doctor degree and be admitted to the Bar in the State of Vermont (admission in other New England states is a plus). Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential, along with the ability to navigate complex legal matters and provide guidance to large and complex clients. At the firm, an inclusive work environment and opportunities for professional growth will be offered.
Max 10 yrs required
Feb 19, 2024
Mar 20, 2024
Tell us where to send your access instructions: