Careers

Passionate about Family Law

Passionate about our Team

We are a specialist Family Law Firm who provide pragmatic advice delivered by approachable and accessible lawyers.

If you would like to join a friendly team, small enough to see your contribution count, but large enough to benefit from the collaboration and support of colleagues, then please get in touch.

Our current vacancies are set out below. However, we are always interested in speaking with like minded professionals who are a good fit with our team; people who  share our ethos and wish to join our mission to offer a first class, friendly but professional service, delivering Family Law advice to clients in Stafford, Staffordshire, surrounding areas and beyond.

Please feel free to send in your CV to our office manager at [email protected]  We understand the need for discretion,  and therefore if you would prefer to have an informal, confidential chat with one of our Directors please contact Fay on 07808 889398 or Gabi on 07725 658167.

 

CURRENT VACANCIES

Matrimonial Department

  • Solicitor
  • Minimum 2 years qualified

We are looking for an experienced solicitor who can advise upon financial matters on relationship breakdown, including financial remedy on divorce, cohabitation disputes and pre nuptial agreements. Someone who also has experience of dealing with private children matters would be an advantage as there is an opportunity to run a mixed caseload.

Children Department

  • Solicitor
  • Minimum 2 years qualified

We are looking for an experienced solicitor to join our Children Department to assist with the Public Law /Care team. Panel membership an advantage but not essential. Some experience /willingness to take on a smaller proportion of private child law cases alongside the care work would be an advantage. Ideally capable of undertaking independent advocacy and a working knowledge of Legal Aid, billing and applications would be required.

If you have children, you may also need advice you upon maintenance provision,  rights to occupy the property during the children’s minority and postpone any sale until that point, and other financial claims that may be brought for the benefit of the children, This might include, for example private school fees or lump sums for specific purposes. Sometimes, financial claims for the benefit of the children are brought concurrently with the property claims described above.