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Probate Paralegal

FL - North Palm Beach

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Job Description
A corporate paralegal will assist a corporation's legal department in many facets of corporate lawfrom paperwork to court proceedings. Much of the paralegal's time will be spent carrying out routine tasks such as updating company files, preparing legal contracts, reviewing documents, and giving legal assistance. The corporate paralegal may handle executive summaries and directives. They also may be called on to assist with company compliance issues.
The corporate paralegal will offer services in corporate litigation procedures and other specific business legal needs. They may have to attend corporate meetings, prepare corporate resolutions, log board minutes, and other similar corporate items. Depending on the type of corporation hiring the paralegal, they may also need to have experience working on procedures and documents pertaining to finance, bankruptcy, securities, trademarks, patents, and other similar issues.

Corporate Paralegal Roles & Responsibilities

  • Responsible for reviewing, tracking, and monitoring legislation that impacts the company's products and/or processes.
  • Updating leadership with timely analysis and summaries of new legislation/regulations affecting the business.
  • Assists in implementing changes to contracts to comply with legislation/regulations.
  • Responsible for support related to litigation, mediation, arbitration, and responses to complaints.
  • Renewing and maintaining company licensing.
  • Drafting, filing, and managing various business entity documents for corporations, LLCs, and partnerships with State agencies.
  • Drafting legal contracts, correspondence, and other documents.

Day-to-Day Duties
  1. Create organizational documents, including articles of incorporation or dissolution, stock certificates and merger agreements.
  2. Draft contracts, such as employment contracts and non-compete agreements.
  3. Create and distribute annual reports.
  4. Assist with paperwork needed by regulatory bodies.
  5. Respond to Requests for Information.
  6. Assist with ethics and compliance programs.
  7. Perform legal research.

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