Real Estate Title Searcher
The candidate will be responsible for performing duties related to the research and preparation of title documents. Search for and verify titles and real estate records. Examine lot books, geographic and general indices, and assessor's rolls to compile lists of transactions. Retrieve closing files for accuracy. Compile lists of mortgages, contracts, and other instruments pertaining to titles by searching public records for law firms, real estate ... read more
Attorney - Wills, Trusts & Estates
The candidate will communicate with clients in person and via mail, email and telephone. Communicate with financial advisors, insurance agents, accountants, etc. when authorized to do so by the client. Delegate tasks to support staff when appropriate, yet maintain sufficient direct client contact. Prepare drafting instructions for the support staff or prepare the initial draft of documents. Should have 2-4 years of experience in the pract... read more
Attorney - Bankruptcy
Duties: Prepare and file proofs of claims. Defending objections to proofs of claims. Objections to plan confirmation. Plan reviews (Chapters 11, 12, & 13). Prepare reaffirmation agreements. Motions for relief from the automatic stay. Defense and prosecution of adversary proceedings, as well as other forms of bankruptcy litigation. Appeals at the district court and fourth circuit court of appeals. Loss mitigation issues. read more
Legal Assistant / Paralegal
The candidate will join practice that focuses on criminal defense, traffic and personal injury. Daily tasks may include: greeting clients, answering the phone, opening and organizing files, preparation of letter and legal documents, interviewing client, etc. Must have experience as a receptionist. Should have excellent communication skills/ phone skills. Must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Experience in criminal law a ...
Attorney - Real Estate
The candidate will prepare, review and comment upon real estate documents in line with firm policy and legal best practices. Review documents such as purchase and sale agreements, closing documents, easements, declarations, settlement agreements and termination agreements. Review and certify title opinions and surveys and resolve title problems. Communicate with Clients, Brokers, Lenders, Vendors, Processors etc. Conduct closing. Should have 0-2 year...
Input Processor - Foreclosure
The candidate's duties include: Input data, update websites, and perform status inquiries; Maintain information related to specific team documents; Draft correspondence with clients and other agencies involved in foreclosure process; Answer phone calls from prospective purchasers and or borrowers or lenders; Any clerical duties as assigned; Download referrals from various client websites and assign case numbers; Run conflict checks and request...
Administrative Assistant - Foreclosure
The candidate will return file notices of hearing and share services. Manage the timely processing of certified mail. Assist with referrals from various client websites and assign case numbers. Input data, update websites, and perform status inquiries. Maintain information related to specific team documents. Draft correspondence with clients and other agencies involved in foreclosure process. Answer phone calls from prospective purcha...
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Administrative Assistant – Litigation
The candidate in Litigation Department, will be responsible for performing duties related to administrative support to multiple attorneys. Open files and run conflict searches. Maintain attorney’s calendar; coordinate mediation schedules. Maintain databases of case materials and information. Assist with maintenance of files, including preparation of case correspondence. Act as point of contact when Attorney is unavailable; direct i...
The candidate will be representing firm in person, on the telephone, and through emails. This job requires frequent professional interactions with potential clients, clients, lawyers, court staff, all of whom are in stressful situations. A calm demeanor is important. Providing basic administrative tasks for our attorneys and paralegals. Should be tech-savvy with basic Office knowledge and skills/confidence to learn new software quickly.
The candidate will conduct research to support legal proceedings. Assist with the drafting and reviewing of legal documents. Investigate facts to help in the negotiation of legal disputes. Monitor and ensure compliance with state and federal regulations. Record and store client information. Should have previous experience as a paralegal or other legal field, familiarity with legal research. Should have the ability to prioritize and multitask, excellent...
Family Law Attorney
The candidate should have 2 years or more of experience practicing family law (mediation, divorce, custody, child support, alimony, equitable distribution, etc.) and must have litigation experience with family law matters. We are a fast-growing Law Firm in the Fayetteville area, dedicated to helping our clients going through the worst time in their lives with divorce and child custody. This position requires self-motivation, hard work, and attention to ...
The candidate will draft pleadings and orders, work with clients as to the discovery, and guiding them thru the divorce process. Should preferably have a high school or equivalent degree.
Real Estate Paralegal
Duties: Main point of contact for all parties. Preparing HUDs and Closing Disclosures. Prepare Deed and other closing documents. Print and organize closing package. Order HOA resale information. Order Payoff information. Review contracts. Title search order. Coordinate and schedule closings. Prepare and send back title work to lender. read more
The candidate will join a team of attorneys representing clients throughout North Carolina in State and Federal Courts in a wide variety of practice areas. Attend court proceedings (trials, motion hearings, depositions, arbitrations, mediations. Draft pleading, motions, discovery, memoranda of law, and appellate briefs. Meet and confer with clients, witnesses, and opposing counsel. read more
Attorney - Real Estate
The candidate will prepare, review and comment upon real estate documents in line with firm policy and legal best practices. Review documents such as purchase and sale agreements, closing documents, easements, declarations, settlement agreements and termination agreements. Review and certify title opinions and surveys and resolve title problems. Communicate with Clients, Brokers, Lenders, Vendors, Processors, etc. and conduct closings. Should have J.... read more