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Stamford, CT, United States
Trusts and Estates Associate Attorney
1-7 yrs required
A prominent law firm in Stamford is searching for a dedicated Trusts and Estates Associate Attorney to join their team. This role offers an exceptional opportunity to work on complex and rewarding estate planning matters. The ideal candidate should possess a strong academic background, with a preference for those holding an . in Taxation or Estate Planning. Admission to the Connecticut Bar is required, and New York Bar admission is preferred. If you are passionate about estate planning and administration, have excellent tax skills, and thrive in a collaborative, detail-oriented, and self-motivated work environment, we invite you to consider this exciting position.
As a Trusts and Estates Associate Attorney, you will play a vital role in helping clients navigate their estate planning needs. Your responsibilities will include crafting comprehensive estate plans, advising on tax matters, and facilitating the administration of estates. You will use your strong interpersonal skills to build meaningful client relationships and your excellent written and oral communication skills to convey complex legal concepts clearly. A collaborative approach to work is crucial as you engage with colleagues and clients to deliver exceptional service.
To succeed in this role, candidates should have 2-5 years of experience in estate planning and estate administration. A preference will be given to those with an . in Taxation or Estate Planning. Active admission to the Connecticut Bar is a requirement, with New York Bar admission considered a plus. Strong academic credentials and excellent tax skills are essential, as is a detail-oriented and self-motivated work ethic. Your passion for estate planning and your dedication to helping clients achieve their goals will be your greatest assets.
1-7 yrs required
Feb 12, 2024
Mar 13, 2024
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