Family Law Attorney Job in Monroe, NC Near Me - 260376 |

Family Law Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location North Carolina - Monroe

Job ID T9X0260376

Experience Level Midlevel Associate

Job Experience Min. 3 - Max. 8 Years

Client Type Consumer and/or Business $$

Practice Areas Family Law

2022-08-01 05:26:33

Monroe office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a family law attorney with 3+ years of experience working in a law firm on family law issues, with sufficient experience to work independently on certain cases and retain new clients. The candidate will assist clients in navigating the sensitive legal issues of family law, including child custody, child abuse, and domestic violence. Jobseekers should be equally familiar with prenuptial agreements, divorce, alimony, child support, and real estate. From drafting legal documents to meeting with clients to official court appearances. Will help effectively solve legal problems for clients through analyzing the situation, understanding their needs, and creating a strategic plan of action. Handle the division of marital assets, including real estate, during divorce proceedings as needed. Draft pleadings, motions, contracts, marital settlement agreements, judgments, and orders for a high volume of cases. Attend court proceedings as needed to ensure effective representation for clients. Collaborate with senior partners, multiple attorneys, and paralegals both in-person and virtual to effectively move files through the civil litigation process. Consult with potential clients to ascertain their needs and decide on the next steps. Engage in matter management to ensure all cases move forward in a timely manner. Set boundaries for clients when needed to ensure the firm is profitable and our attorneys are protected from potential liability. Confirm all work from the Firm is consistent and quality-reviewed for case law and written content/clarity. Should have experience with billing and keeping track of billable time on cases. License to practice law in North Carolina; South Carolina a plus. An undergraduate degree with a legal background is required.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree. Must have great negotiation and communication skills, particularly in stressful and emotional situations. Should have the ability to successfully represent both plaintiff and defendant sides of a case. Must be organized with excellent attention to detail. Team-oriented, flexible, and willing to work across office locations when needed is a plus. Must be a self-starter who will take the proactive initiative to complete priorities on a daily basis. Should have the ability to creatively problem-solve and come up with workable solutions, and figure things out on their own. Must be willing to travel locally within Union County and the surrounding area for mediations, depositions, and court.

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The estimated salary for this position is $182,342*.