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Real Estate Paralegal The candidate should have a strong analytical ability, a keen focus on accuracy, and work well with colleagues.....
Real Estate Paralegal The candidate will order and review the title and survey. Prepare closing binders. Assist with closing resolution. General real estate responsibilities. Bache....
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Elder Law/Estate Planning Paralegal The candidate's duties include: Draft correspondence and pleadings as directed by attorneys. Under the direction of supervising attorney, prepare draft estate planning documents and correspondence. Prepare drafts of probate and guardianship/conservatorship pleadings, memoranda, affidavits, legal briefs, motions, discovery notices, subpoenas, contracts, and other documents. Under the direction of the supervising attorney, organize and prepare Medical Assistance applications. Manage supervising attorney's schedule. Other duties and tasks of a substantive legal nature as assigned. Legal skills, including research and legal writing. Familiarity with legal terminology, forms, procedures, and basic principles of law, especially those associated with the area of Estate Planning. Ability to establish priorities, work independently and with others, and proceed with objectives with minimal supervision. Ability to use computer and knowledge of various software packages: MS Word; MS Excel; MS Access; NetDocuments; legal billing program (ProLaw ); posting time records; e-mail; electronic calendaring; WestLaw research, etc. Ability to use estate planning-specific software packages such as CLEPRO. Strong organization skills, as well as oral and written communication skills and attention to detail.Perform clerical duties such as scheduling appointments, managing court calendars and assisting in meeting deadlines, providing information to callers, and reading and routing incoming mail. Maintain client files. File documents and correspondence in client files. Maintain, revise and create Source documents for department use. Other non-substantive legal duties and tasks as assigned. Open, review and organize client files. Experience 4 years (Preferred).
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