Family Solicitor

  • £28000 - £50000 per annum
  • Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Permanent

A leading Yorkshire law firm is currently seeking a Solicitor to join its Family team based in its East Yorkshire office.

Our client is predominately a commercial firm which has specialist private client capabilities too. They are highly regarded in the area and have an enviable client base consisting of many well-known national and international companies ranging from major PLCs to small private companies and charitable organisations. As a firm they value knowledge and have developed expertise in various sectors including education, construction and development, social housing and family business to name a few.

The firm is eager to bring a Family Solicitor on board to deal with a full private caseload. This would cover a wide range of family matters typically arising on divorce and separation, financial disputes, children arrangements and pre/post nuptial agreements. The work on offer is of a good quality and offers the chance to handle some high net worth cases. There is also the opportunity to get involved in mediation as various members of the team are qualified mediators.

They are really open in terms of the level of experience that they recruit at. They are happy to recruit someone junior to help and provide support to other members of the team but could also recruit someone more experienced who is keen to move up the career ladder.

How to apply

If you would like to apply for this Family Solicitor role, please contact Rachel Birkinshaw or another member of the Private Practice team at Sacco Mann. Alternatively, if you would be interested in other available opportunities, please visit our website or contact one of our specialist consultants. If this role is not for you, but you know someone who may be interested then please let them or us know as we offer a reward scheme for all successful referrals. For full terms please see our website.

Rachel Birkinshaw Principal Consultant

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