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ProfileAttorney II The candidate primary purpose of the Attorney 2 classification is to represent the agency in court proceedings for the establishment of paternity and support orders and in contempt proceedings, to supervise assigned staff, and to review cases to determine appropriate action. Represent the agency in court proceedings for the establishment of paternity and support orders and in contempt proceedings. Supervise assigned staff. Review cases to determine appropriate action. Conduct court hearings and negotiations in domestic and juvenile court to establish paternity, child support, and health insurance. Enforce child support orders through contempt motions and enforcement of jail sentences. Prepare case files for hearings. Conduct court hearings and negotiations in domestic and Juvenile court on interstate cases to establish paternity and child support. Reviews, assesses, and approve cases to be filed in court. Attend court hearings in domestic and juvenile court to respond to motions and objections filed by individuals against the agency. Conduct hearings in probate court on complaints to determine heirship and bills in equity. Attend court hearings in the Court of Appeals. Attend court hearings in the United States Bankruptcy Court concerning child support matters. Prepare documents. Perform legal research. Review files in preparation for court hearings. Meet with clients to prepare agreed entries on child support matters. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel. Maintain continuing education requirements by attending seminars and other classes. Assist clients with information regarding legal proceedings. These duties are illustrative only and may perform some or all of these duties or other job-related duties as assigned. Should have Juris Doctorate with 2 years of legal experience. License to practice law in the State of Ohio is required. Closing Date: 02/16/18 11:59 PM.
County of Franklin, Ohio
Hall of Justice, 369 South High Street, 5th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215