Family Law Solicitor - East Sussex

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Family Law Solicitor - East Sussex.

Regarded Legal 500 with several locations and a reach across the South East is seeking to expand their Family Law Team.

The firm provide the full range of legal services and is recommended within several specialism.

Their Family Law Team are recommended in the Legal 500 and provide the full range of matrimonial and private child law including HNW cases.

Ideally, you will be an experienced Solicitor with experience of dealing with mid-level and HNW cases and full range of matters relating to divorce, ancillary relief, co-habitation matters and child contact issues.

Competitive Salary on offer and chance o work across 2 locations and some degree of flexible working.

If you are after a highly commended family law team based in East Sussex please contact Garry Mewett at QED Legal on (phone number removed) or click on the "apply" button
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  • Negotiable
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  • CV-133074
  • Permanent
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