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Minimum qualifications include:
Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school.
Admission to the Bar in the relevant jurisdiction(s) where the law firm operates.
At least __ years of experience practicing law, with a focus on probate and estate planning.
Demonstrated success in handling and managing legal cases independently.
In-depth knowledge of estate planning laws, regulations, and procedures.
Experience drafting wills, trusts, advance directives, powers of attorney, and other estate planning documents.
Excellent communication skills to explain complex legal concepts and documents clearly to clients.
The ability to actively listen to clients' concerns and goals and tailor estate plans accordingly.
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