Ströh Coetzee Inc. has a resourceful commercial and litigation practice, as a full-service department covering all areas of litigation ensuring that our clients get the best legal expertise. Our attorneys are pro-active in resolving disputes in the best interest of our clients and place much emphasis on the need to assist clients efficiently and as expediently as possible.
We render professional, high quality legal advice across all areas of the law.
Chris Coetzee was admitted to the High Court of South Africa during 1997. He has more than 25 years experience in litigation matters.
Contact Chris on firstname.lastname@example.org for all High Court Litigation enquiries and matters.
We welcome all correspondents instructions for High Court, Regional Court and Magistrate’s Court, and have a dedicated, experienced litigation team dealing with these at reasonable fees.
Nilufer Khan is an attorney and conveyancer with right of appearance in the High Court. Civil litigation, High Court Litigation, and Conveyancing are her areas of interest.
You can send her an email at email@example.com or contact her on +27 79 935 3045.
Mary Akhalwaya is an attorney and notary public. Her main interests include Family law and High Court Litigation.
Contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org or on +27 84 249 9575.
Theuns Coetzee is currently completing his articles. His main interests include environmental, administrative and contractual law.
He can be contacted by email at email@example.com or on +27 82 877 1959.
Chris Coetzee obtained the degrees BA(Cum Laude) and LLB(Cum Laude) from the North West University(then Potchefstroom University for Chistian Higher Education), during 1988 and 1990 respectively.
He was admitted as an attorney in 1994. In 1996 he was also admitted as a conveyancer.During 1999, Chris was appointed as a Notary Public. He is admitted to appear in the High Court of South Africa.
Chris is Managing Director at the firm, and mainly concentrates on Property Law, Commercial Law and High Court Litigation.
He is a long-standing member of the Law Society of the Northern Provinces( now the LPC)