Trust & Estates Associate ​(2-5 years of experience)

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San Francisco, Sacramento, Los Angeles; CA - Preferred

Position Summary:

The Business Section is seeking a junior associate with 2-5 years of trust and estate planning experience to join the firm’s Family Wealth Planning Practice Group. The ideal candidate will have experience with sophisticated estate planning and trust administration; including drafting of comprehensive estate plans (wills, revocable living trusts, and irrevocable trust instruments). Estate/gift tax knowledge is highly desired. The candidate will work directly with and learn from senior estate planning partners while working in a collegial environment. The preference is for the person filling this position to be based in Hanson Bridgett’s San Francisco, Sacramento or Los Angeles offices. We offer the ability to work remotely in an agile (hybrid) manner from within California. The annual base compensation range for this California position is approximately $180,000 to $210,000. Placement within the salary range depends upon a number of factors including, but not limited to years of experience and professional skills required for this role.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Ideal candidates will have a distinguished academic background and impeccable references. CA Bar required. Strong research, writing and communication skills, high level of analytical skills as well as excellent and highly adaptable communication skills are required. We seek intelligent, entrepreneurial, team players who are practical, problem solvers, ambitious, organized, and detail oriented and are looking towards a partnership with Hanson Bridgett.

We are an EEO employer and offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

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