Kay specialises in litigation and deals with dispute resolution work to include will and trust disputes and Inheritance Act claims, acting for claimants, defendants, trustees, executors and beneficiaries. She also deals with personal injury claims, employment law, professional negligence claims, building disputes and contract disputes, Kay has a BA (Hons) degree in Law and Economics from Bournemouth University.
Kay completed the Solicitors’ Final Examination at the College of Law at Chester. She undertook her training contract at a long-established firm in Southampton and qualified as a solicitor in 1990. Since qualification Kay has specialised in litigation. She joined Druitts in 2002 and became a Director in 2010.
Kay has been involved in the preparation of complex cases in the Court of Appeal, the House of Lords, and the European Court. Most recently she successfully acted for a claimant in a High Court deathbed gift claim resulting in judgement in the claimant’s favour. This case was reported and commented on in the national press and in a number of legal updates. Kay provides legal advice and services to both private and corporate clients.