Helen Kay


Helen Kay is a highly accomplished, senior commercial and property lawyer with extensive legal experience. Helen has worked within top tier firms in the UK and Australia as well as running her own legal practice and heading up various commercial practices.

Over the years Helen has provided commercial and property advice to listed companies, private and not-for-profit organisations, overseas clients, private investors and State Governments on all aspects of commercial transactional work including high profile developments, acquisitions and disposals, mergers. Helen has also provided specialist advice to Retirement Village operators, including in relation to development of Retirement Villages and Aged Care facilities.

Helen advises in corporate and commercial matters including business sales and acquisitions, leasing, franchising, corporate structuring and commercial property transactions. Helen has assisted businesses across all sectors of industry, including medical, bars/nightclubs, cafes/restaurants, tourism, construction, educational/training, online businesses, manufacturing, professional, transport/distribution, beauty/health and child care centres.

Helen is passionate about what she does and her clients appreciate the manner in which she approaches commercial transactions. She works closely with her clients to understand their needs and objectives and by doing is able to provide tailored legal services and develop long lasting relationships with her clients.

Phone: (07) 3009 6555



  • Corporate and commercial advice
  • Business sales and acquisitions
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Franchising
  • Commercial Property


Helen has over 16 years of experience in commercial law. She has worked at several top-tier law firms in Australia and overseas as well as running her own commercial legal practice.



  • Bachelor of Laws – BSc (Hons) Business and Law
  • Solicitor and Barrister, Supreme Court of Western Australia
  • Solicitor and Barrister, Supreme Court of New South Wales
  • Solicitor and Barrister, Courts of England and Wales



Queensland Law Society