Adell Ralston

Adell Ralston is dedicated to protecting individual rights in criminal litigation, family law, and mediation.

As a Criminal Defense Lawyer, Adell Ralston has extensive experience representing clients across a broad range of criminal disputes. Her areas of criminal representation include, but are not limited to, misdemeanor and felony charges, DUI and DWI charges, drug offenses, violent crimes and criminal conviction appeals.  Adell Ralston has successfully litigated numerous criminal cases in the courtroom and is very experienced in representing the defendant’s rights and interests throughout the criminal defense process.

As a Family Law Attorney, her areas of practice include divorce, ad litem representation of children in domestic relations cases, paternity, adoption, child custody disputes and appeals.  She has handled hundreds of divorce cases, many involving challenging circumstances and the division of sizable assets.

Adell Ralston has a strong reputation for courtroom success and excels at negotiating settlements in Family Law cases and puts those skills to work for you by resolving disputes thru the mediation process. Adell has been a licensed mediator by the Arkansas Alternative Dispute Commission since 2014 and utilizes her skills as a litigator to help parties find a resolution foregoing the time and expense of prolonged litigation.

Admitted to practice

  • Arkansas Bar Association, 2006
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Arkansas


  • University of Arkansas, J.D., 2006
  • University of Arkansas, B.A., 2001


  • Certified Mediator through the Arkansas Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission

Areas of practice

  • Criminal Law
  • Felony Charges
  • Misdemeanor Charges
  • DWI/DUI Defense
  • Possession of a Controlled Substance
  • Drug Charges
  • Conviction Appeals
  • Appellate work
  • Mediations
  • Family law
  • Attorney Ad Litem

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