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Kaleel is a Solicitor in the family department based at our Chancery Lane office in London. He is also available for appointments in Manchester.
Kaleel regularly advises police staff on all areas of family law, including divorce, financial settlements, pre and post nuptial agreements and children matters and has a particular interest in police pensions. On the financial side, he has experience in cases involving family businesses and property abroad. He has acted on behalf of high net worth individuals including a diamond business entrepreneur.
Kaleel is also part of our Islamic Legal Services division launched for the first time in the UK to provide a bespoke holistic family law service tailored to Muslim and Asian client needs. He has both international and UK clients.
Kaleel read Law at Liverpool Law School and completed his postgraduate studies in Liverpool and at BPP Manchester. He trained at a City centre practice based in Liverpool and moved to London after being admitted as a solicitor. He now provides speeches for organisations including Universities who wish to gain a better understanding of the increasing demand for recognition of religious and cultural issues within family law within the UK.
Kaleel is a member of Resolution, a national organisation of family lawyers committed to non-confrontational family law proceedings. He is also on the committee of CEDAR, a pan European Muslim professional’s network created to bolster the visibility of successful Muslims within wider society.
A native English speaker, he is also fluent in Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi and is currently learning Mandarin.
"May I just say thank you ever so much for your relentless efforts to provide an exceptional legal service. I am amazed how hard and diligently you work, I remember the long hours past 7.30pm to finish work, plus to even offer to take my files to the Barrister. You have done so much extra work"
‘’I would like to state that I was very impressed by your professionalism and your manner in our meeting, and comforted by your confidence in how you would go about dealing with my case; qualities that allow me to trust that you are the right man to aid me in achieving my objectives in what I see as the most important case I have had to deal with in my life; safeguarding my two children.’’