Family Law instructions are accepted in cases ranging from domestic violence and private child contact disputes, to serious child abuse and cases of international relocation and child abduction. Instructions are also accepted in cases of divorce and matrimonial finance, and applications under Schedule 1 of the Children Act 1989.
Instructions are accepted in tort and contract claims, contested probate, trust law and property ownership disputes, landlord and tenant matters and boundary disputes between neighbours.
Criminal case instructions include criminal defence and private prosecutions, road traffic offences and appeals to either the Crown Court or to the Court of Appeal.
Adal read Psychology at university and graduated with First Class Honours. He went on to study the Graduate Diploma in Law at the University of Law before completing the Bar Professional Training Course at the City Law School.
- Family Law Bar Association
- Criminal Bar Association
- The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
- Society of Visually Impaired Lawyers
- British Psychological Society
- Royal Society of Medicine