Bankruptcy Attorney Jobs in Santa Ana, California

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Law Firm seeks Attorney. Bankruptcy or Litigation experience a plus, but not required. Our practice areas are: Litigation, Bankruptcy, Wrongful Foreclosure Defense and Estate Planning. The ideal candidate will have some sales or customer service experience. We help consumers. Having people skills is paramount. The position will assist the lead litigation attorney with litigation moving papers and...
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$33,280.00 - $312,000.00
Typical Salary for Bankruptcy Attorney in Santa Ana
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Education / Training

Professional
76.9%
Doctorate
15.4%
Bachelor's
7.7%
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