Legal Administrative Assistant
Attorney Helena S. Mock is the founder and owner of The Peninsula Center for Estate and Lifelong Planning. She opened the firm in 2010. Ms. Mock has been practicing estate, probate, trust, business and tax law since 2000. Attorney Catherine E. Sears has been practicing estate and elder law since 2017 and has worked extensively with The Peninsula Center since 2015.
The perfect candidate must have a minimum of two (2) years’ experience as an administrative assistant in a law office. The candidate that is chosen for this position will be responsible for preparing correspondence relating to client consultations; printing draft document packages and forwarding to client; printing final signing packages and preparing client binders; maintaining drafting log; drafting correspondence as instructed by attorneys; responding to general client inquiries regarding non-legal matters; handling all types of administrative functions within the office to include answering phones and greeting clients, when necessary; serving as a liaison between client and attorney as necessary.
Applying candidates need to have the following skill set and abilities: proficiency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, and Adobe are required; knowledge of Tabs 3/Practice Master preferable but not required; good typing skills required; pleasant to work with, have the ability to get along with others and work as part of a team; must have a pleasant phone presence and be honest and courteous. Strong organizational skills are mandatory; detail-oriented and have the ability to work independently.