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Location Washington - Seattle
Job ID GKPJ188005
Trusts and Estates
Seattle office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks partner level estate planning/probate/trust attorney with experience. The candidate should preferably have an LL.M. degree in tax or comparable experience. Should have direct experience with sophisticated estate planning techniques, and have the capacity for and show dedication to business and practice development.
Headquartered in Washington, this reputed law firm specializes in a wide range of issues related to bankruptcy-creditors' rights, corporate-business law, family law, and employment law. It employs a sizable group of seasoned attorneys and a highly qualified professional support team. Over the years, the firm has received top honors from prominent industry publications.
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Seattle office of our client seeks corporate and estate planning attorney with experience. The ideal candidate must have in-depth, broad-based experience in complex business transactions, as well as complex estate planning and administration. Should have tax expertise. An LL.M. degree in taxation is preferred.
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Seattle office of our client seeks attorney with ideally 3+ years of experience. The candidate will help serve individual clients in a variety of legal areas: consumer protection, contact review, basic estate planning. Will manage own caseload. Ensure compliance with rules of professional conduct.
Columbia Tower, 701 Fifth Avenue, 42nd FloorSeattle,Washington 98104-5119
Phone (206) 539-0139
Fax (213) 895-7306
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