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Fitch Law Partners LLP
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Boston, MA 02108
Phone: 617-542-5542
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Providence, RI 02903
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Wellesley Hills, MA 02481
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JOB POSTING
Associate Attorney
Boston, MA

Job Description: Represent clients in the firm's family law practice and also support the general litigation practice areas. Litigate guardianship petitions. Draft prenuptial agreements. Draft divorce agreements. Prepare complex financial statements. Oversee and assist in the preparation of Supplemental Probate and Family Court Rule 411 document productions. Prepare and adjust asset division spreadsheets. Register and seek enforcement of foreign child support or alimony orders. Obtain annulments. Litigate cross-state enforcement of child support and alimony orders. Litigate removal cases. Obtain and defend against 209A orders. Litigate cases involving asset division relating to $20M+ estates. Litigate cases involving issues relating to asset division involving closely-held corporations, partnership interests, unvested stock options, irrevocable trusts, life insurance trusts, realty trusts, pensions, IRAs, defined benefit plans, defined contribution plans. Litigate cases under the alimony reform act. Handle and appear at contested court hearings without supervision. Draft and prepare dispositive pleadings and motions. Represent clients at settlement meetings with opposing counsel.

Requirements: Must have a JD degree, be admitted to the Massachusetts Bar and be licensed to practice law in Massachusetts.

Must have 2 years of experience in the job offered or 2 years of general litigation experience, including with respect to trials or arbitrations, the following: legal research and writing; participating in discovery, including coordinating and conducting document review; arguing dispositive motions; drafting legal briefs and pre-trial or pre-hearing memoranda; assisting in trial or hearing, including examining and cross-examining witnesses; assisting affiants in the preparation of affidavits; participating in mediation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution, and serving as a point of contact with clients.

Must have excellent writing skills, as demonstrated by law journal experience, published writing and/or writing samples.


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