The firm was established in 2009. The Members of the Practice have the experience to provide a wide range of legal advice and services at our London office. Our fields of practice complement each other, and we often work together.
We provide professional legal service to a wide range of private and commercial clients. The firm has a legal aid franchise in Housing and Community Care law.
A leading Housing law, Family law, Community Care, Immigration, Civil Litigation and Wills and Probate specialists in London.
Approachable lawyers with trained, helpful staff.
Passionate and committed, always ready to accept a challenge.
Using technology as part of our operation.
The firm has a legal aid franchise in Housing and Community Care law.
We can offer you:
Economic and cost-efficient expert legal solutions according to your needs and your instructions.
Fast and effective response in an emergency using court procedures where appropriate.
Today, we are proudly a leading law firm and have established ourselves as one of the go-to solicitors practice for personal and affordable legal services in London.
One of the reasons we have lasted long is that we approach all cases differently.
Adel Jibs Client Charter
Our staff across all departments all work together to draw up a statement of our aims and values to enable you to understand what you can expect from us.
We will put your interest first and give you clear advice, with an estimated cost.
We will be polite and considerate when dealing with you, and we would ask the same of you.
We are committed to delivering the best possible outcome.
We will not act for anyone else if the issue of conflict of interest arises. The law is there to protect and Adel Jibs we are here to do the same.
You will be able to communicate with us within our office hours. (9.30 am – 5.30 pm)
At Adel Jibs, one of the reasons we are different from the rest is that we welcome feedback, good or bad, to help improve our service to you. Feedback can be given by email. We will also send you a questionnaire to complete at the end of your matter.
Reported Cases and Case of Interest
Emambee v London Borough of Islington  EWHC 2835 (QB) – out of time homelessness appeal deemed out of time on the facts.
Emambee v London Borough of Islington (Court of Appeal) – Parties settled matter without adjudication of the Court.
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