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Kelly Services Legal Secretary in Miami Beach, Florida

Kelly Services is hiring detail-oriented Legal Secretary to work for Real Estate company located in Miami Beach, FL.

  • Schedule: Mon -Fri 9:00am to 6:00pm

  • Payrate: $ 36/hr.

  • Location: Hybrid

  • Type: Temporary Assignment (3 months)

As a Legal Secretary you’ll be:

  • Preparing legal documents and contracts

  • Reviewing purchase offers and liaising with landlords and property managers.

  • Assessing and preparing contracts, lease agreements, and closing documents.

  • Reviewing financing options, lending requirements, title affidavits, and bankruptcy claims.

  • Facilitating communication between property owners, landlords, clients, and lawyers.

  • Conducting research and distributing real estate documents.

  • Analyzing title documents and legal descriptions of the property.

  • Documenting processes, as well as maintaining hard copy files and electronic records.

  • Answering client questions and escalating serious concerns.

  • Keeping clients informed of progress made with real estate applications.

  • Submitting accurate legal documents in a timely manner.


  • A minimum of 2 years' experience as a real estate legal secretary.

  • Knowledge of real estate documents, contracts, applications, and submissions.

  • Superb organizational, time management, and multitasking skills

  • Excellent collaboration and communication abilities

  • Keen attention to detail

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

Kelly Services is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We welcome, value, and embrace diversity at all levels and are committed to building a team that is inclusive of a variety of backgrounds, communities, perspectives, and abilities. At Kelly, we believe that the more inclusive we are, the better services we can provide. Requests for accommodation related to our application process can be directed to Kelly’s Human Resource Knowledge Center. Kelly complies with the requirements of California’s state and local Fair Chance laws. A conviction does not automatically bar individuals from employment.