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
- Shareholder disputes
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Intellectual property
- Acquisition and sale of property
- Building, lease and contract disputes
- Risk management and asset protection
- Employment contracts
- Workplace policies
- 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
Our Professional Sector Leaders
Professional Knowledge Base
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