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DDCS Positions Available: Wills and Estates Lawyer and Paralegal/Legal Assistant Role

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JOIN OUR TEAM: We have two roles currently available at DDCS Lawyers. We are seeking a Wills and Estate Lawyer (3-5 years PAE) and a Paralegal/Legal Assistant to join our Canberra based firm. 

Our award winning team of specialists provides high level legal services guided by a strong culture and client service excellence.

Snapshot of the roles and responsibilities

Wills and Estate Lawyer

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong advisory skills
  • Superior negotiation and advocacy skills
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • A friendly, positive attitude and demonstrated ability to work collaboratively
  • A willingness to contribute to business development.

See the full job advertisement here

Paralegal/Legal Assistant

  • Preferably two years’ experience as a Paralegal/Legal Assistant
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • An ability to communicate effectively with clients, Courts and other practitioners in a professional manner
  • Superior time management and organisational skills with an ability to handle multiple tasks at the one time
  • A friendly and positive attitude

See the full job advertisement here

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A message from our Managing Director

The Partners and staff at DDCS Lawyers wish to advise you that during the COVID-19 crisis we remain fully operational and dedicated to assisting you with your family law or wills and estate planning needs.

Our Partners and Lawyers have had the capacity to work remotely for some time now. While we are unable to meet with you in person, we are able to conduct conferences digitally and remain fully available to continue to communicate by email and telephone.

All our lawyers and administrative staff are now working remotely from home and our contact details remain the same.

We appreciate that at this time you and your family are likely to be experiencing anxiety about your current circumstances. To assist you, we will be in contact with you over the next week to ascertain how we can best support you. This contact will be complimentary.

If there is anything further we can do in the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact either myself or the Partner or lawyer who has primary carriage of your matter.

Julie Dobinson, Managing Director.