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Title : Family Attorney

Location : California - San Diego
Refer to Job # QMNU858889

Family Attorney The candidate will manage the division of marital assets, including real estate, during divorce proceedings when needed. Ensure clients are effectively represented at court hearings as needed. Maintain client files to ensure they are properly organized and up to date. Work closely with paralegals and senior partners to ensure swift action through the civil litigation process. Assist clients effectively by understanding their needs analyzing the situation then strategizing and deciding on a proper course of action. Engage in strategy review sessions with our clients to understand the facts and goals to prepare a Case Plan for each client. Communicate with clients and discuss options, strategies, and solutions at key junctures of their case so they understand their options and make informed decisions. Prepare Family Law documents/pleadings; such as petitions, responses, judicial forms, summons, declarations and affidavits (client, third party, attorney), divorce decrees, temporary and final orders, parenting plans, child support orders, child support worksheets, motions, replies, mediation and/or trial briefs/letters, trial preparation, etc.. Prepare clients for hearings and trials. Attend hearings and trials. Communicate with Marble on important case updates. Undergraduate degree with a legal background and Juris Doctor degree is required. Must have worked on family law issues for at least 1-2 years; handling of real estate also required. Should have 3+ years of experience as a family law attorney. Prior work or studies in criminal justice is preferred. Should be licensed to practice in California, Arizona, Texas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, New York, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland, or Massachusetts. Active membership with the ABA (American Bar Association) is required. Proven record of success in advocating for plaintiffs and defendants is required.

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