Family Law Attorney Job Opportunities
If you’re reading this, then let’s cut to the chase:
Are you a Family Law Attorney looking to ADVANCE YOUR LEGAL CAREER at a firm that will value you as a team member, support you in achieving your wildest successes, champion your wins, reward you financially (WELL – we’re talking bonuses and base salary), provide work-life balance, and give you a killer benefits package?
Do you have an innate drive to aggressively advocate for and guide people as they navigate some of their most challenging life changes, like a divorce or paternity dispute?
Do you value both teamwork and autonomy, and want a career that will give you the benefits of both?
Do you want to work for a firm that has a solid reputation in the South Florida legal community and a RAPIDLY GROWING client base (which means an equally rapidly growing EARNING POTENTIAL for you)?
Klein Law Group may be the ideal place for you! We are currently looking to add a fourth associate to our core team.
“Talk to me, Goose.” Are we a good fit for you? Are you our next Top Gun Divorce Attorney?
What We Offer:
- A SIMPLE IRA with 3% company match
- Paid time-off
- Tuition reimbursement
- Flexible schedules
- A pet-friendly environment
- Health insurance reimbursement
- Bachelor’s and juris doctorate degree, with a competitive academic standing. Additional requirements may apply.
- Member in good standing with the Florida Bar.
- Florida Board Certified in Family Law a +
- 7 to 15 years law firm experience.
- Strong interpersonal skills to build rapport with prospective and existing clients.
- Ability to work autonomously.
- Represent clients in domestic related matters in and out of court.
- Present evidence to defend or prosecute client’s claims in civil litigation.
- Argue motions, meet with opposing counsel and judges and question witnesses during the course of a trial or hearing.
- Monitors appointment schedules for, among other things, meetings, conferences, teleconferences, travel and court appearances.
- Study Constitution, statutes, court decisions and regulations to determine ramifications of case.
- Interpret laws, rulings and regulations for individuals and businesses.
- Present and summarize cases to judges.
- Prepare legal briefs and opinions.
- Analyze the probable outcomes of cases, using knowledge of legal precedent.
- Examine legal data to determine advisability of defending or prosecuting a case.
- Evaluate findings and develop strategies and arguments in preparation for presentation of cases.
- Advise clients concerning domestic matters, advisability of prosecuting or defending claims, or legal rights, duties and obligations.
- Case preparation by preparing case materials for mediation conferences; preparing pleadings; monitoring and obtaining discovery responses; organizing materials.
- Gather evidence to formulate defense or to initiate legal actions, by such means as interviewing clients and witnesses to ascertain the facts of a matter.
- Negotiate settlements of domestic matters.
- Prepare and draft legal documents, such as prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
- Confer with colleagues with specialties in appropriate areas of legal issue to establish and verify bases for legal proceedings.
- Supervise paralegals and legal assistants.
- Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of law.
- Keeps cases organized by establishing and organizing files; monitoring calendars; meeting deadlines; documenting actions; and inputting information into file database and case management software.
- Keeps clients informed by maintaining contact; communicating case progress.
- Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
- Marketing the Firm’s services.
- Any other legal duties that may be assigned from time-to-time.
- Aggressive “go-getter” with a hunger for defending or prosecuting your client’s best interests
- Confident, yet humble with a desire for constant growth and learning
- Self-managing with the ability to identify issues and take initiative to solve
- Team Player who is willing to step in and help a team member, even if it will not benefit you directly
- High-levels of positivity and charisma
- Strong desire to help continue to build the firm’s solid reputation
- Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
- Full time
- Based on qualifications
- On-site position [not remote]
Who is Klein Law Group?
Klein Law Group is a boutique law firm located in Boca Raton, Florida that serves clients in Palm Beach and Broward County. For more than 25 years we have prided ourselves on our highly knowledgeable, skilled, and compassionate service to our clients as they navigate some of the most challenging changes in their lives. We specialize in six areas of practice, including divorce, family law, bankruptcy, real estate law, and civil litigation
Bottom Line: We change lives. Want proof? Read our client reviews. Our clients’ feedback and rapid client growth are a testament to the value we’ve brought to their lives, and the respect we’ve earned in the Palm Beach and Broward County legal communities. Whether our client is pursuing a divorce, seeking compensation for a personal injury, filing bankruptcy, striving to rebuild their credit, fighting for paternity of a child, or defending a foreclosure, our team is there to aggressively advocate, patiently educate and assist every step of the way.
Eric N. Klein is the Principal Attorney and President of Klein Law Group. He has spent more than 25 years practicing law and has carefully crafted a talented team to support the firm’s vision to be South Florida’s premier legal services provider. His highly respected three-associate core, which includes Mariajose Rivera and Kunal A. Mirchandani, has more than 65 years of combined experience. Together, they have created a supportive working environment that promises to provide new team members with the essential tools necessary to thrive and advance their legal careers.
The Klein Law Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The policy of The Klein Law Group Team is to extend opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis regardless of an individual’s race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, transgender status, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other categories protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.