Experienced Family Law Litigation Paralegal - able to work independently
Our law firm in The Woodlands, TX is growing! And we need an experienced, full-time Family Law Paralegal. You must have family law experience to be considered for this position - this is not a trainee position!
You will find more information below about the position, requirements, and qualifications associated with this opening.
About Us and The Job:
Are you a family law paralegal looking for a full-time, in-person opportunity? Our growing, busy law firm is seeking to welcome an additional, seasoned paralegal into our beautiful, new office space. We are known for helping our clients come through a difficult and emotional process and into a new beginning for themselves and their families, so we're looking for candidates who go beyond legal strategy and litigation to demonstrate extraordinary compassion and care for every client.
Why join the DeFord Law Firm?
Like many opportunities out there, our pay and benefits are competitive. Unlike most firms, we provide incredible career path opportunities that recognize a paralegal's long-term professional goals and unique gifts. This may include development, experiences, and leadership with marketing, purposeful networking, specialized certifications...and more. If you're looking for an employer invested in your own professional growth, we're a great fit.
For the cover letter you prepare for us, we would have a few specific tasks. Please limit it to no more than TWO paragraphs. In the first paragraph, explain what you believe are the three most important qualities needed in someone who works with family law clients and why you believe they are the most essential qualities. In the second paragraph, explain why you applied to this particular ad.
We look forward to reviewing your application.
Our paralegals will be primarily responsible for important work in family law court:
DeFord Law Firm primarily handles dissolution and post-dissolution proceedings. We need someone who can step and move cases forward with minimal supervision. You must have family law experience for this position. A calm yet decisive demeanor is important, especially when dealing with clients going through a dissolution or post-dissolution proceeding.