Professional services

Professionals own business, run businesses, take on financial commitments and deal with daily operational issues. Risk and compliance management also has to get a look in. And then you need to find the time to do the work that you have studied and practiced for! Surrounding yourself with professional advisors that understand this complex maze is integral to the success of your business and future.
For when you need a different type of lawyer.

We understand that the professionals sector requires specific legal advice.

Whether you are a professional in law, accounting, finance, insurance or health, you have worked hard to build your knowledge, your wealth, your business and lifestyle.

Our firm, and our lawyers, understand where you are coming from. As advisors to professionals across a broad range of services we recognize the need to protect your assets and intellectual property, build and manage your business, and provide a succession plan for the future.

Experience is the difference.

We help the private professional services sector by offering the following industry specific services:

  • Commercial agreements and contracts
  • Commercial structuring
  • Sales and purchase of business
  • Restructuring
  • Governance
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Intellectual property
  • Acquisition and sale of property
  • Leasing
  • Building, lease and contract disputes
  • Risk management and asset protection
  • Employment contracts
  • Workplace policies
  • Trusts
  • Business succession planning
  • Exit strategies
  • Privacy law
  • Data protection

What our professional services clients had to say:

“Kalus Kenny Intelex understand both my business and personal needs and provide a strong advisory service and strategy. They implement well and provide strong effective advisory services.”

“Always available to speak and discuss anything with me. Supported me and what I was trying to achieve. Gave me sound advice, even if I didn’t like it! They were open minded and willing to challenge me.”

Our professional services sector projects:

  • Shareholder agreements for exiting shareholder and partners
  • Establishment of and advising on medical practice agreements
  • Partnership agreements for legal practices, engineering consultants and property developers
  • Restructuring and establishment of veterinary practice
  • Engineering services businesses
  • Insurance brokerage
  • Real estate agents
  • Architects

Our Professional Sector Leaders

Henry Kalus


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Denise Wightman


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Heather Richardson


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Professional Knowledge Base

Natalie Lasek joins Kalus Kenny Intelex Partnership

Media Release - 26 August, 2020 Boutique law firm, Kalus Kenny Intelex, has announced the appointment of Natalie Lasek to the Partner group. Since joining KKI in 2016, Natalie, 33, has performed strongly at the Melbourne-based firm, achieving outstanding outcomes...

Kalus Kenny Intelex joins International Lawyers Network

Progressive Melbourne-based boutique firm Kalus Kenny Intelex Lawyers has been welcomed into the prestigious International Lawyers Network (ILN) as the sole Australian firm in the network. As a leading international legal network, the ILN’s membership includes...

Kalus Kenny Intelex is moving

We wish to update you on our exciting news!  Kalus Kenny Intelex is moving to 4 Riverside Quay, Southbank. We will be the same firm but, after more than 25 years at the Como Centre in South Yarra, we are truly excited for our future in the transformed Southbank...

Shareholder oppression

Are you a minority shareholder? Do you know your rights? Sometimes disputes arise between people who have a financial interest in a company. In privately held companies, people who own a small shareholding (a minority shareholder) may find that their interests are...

Mandatory data breach notifications – are you ready?

What are the changes? From 23 February 2018, certain businesses will have mandatory reporting obligations in the event of an ‘eligible data breach’, and will be required to notify the Australian Information Commissioner and any impacted individuals. Who must comply?...