Practical in his approach with the law, Louis attends to estate planning as well as deceased estate matters for the firm. He has been active for more than 20 years, specialising in property and commercial law. Louis also advises numerous national as well as international investors on commercial structures, how to secure their investments and minimise their potential risk.

Louis obtained his BA and LL.B Law degrees from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. He is also an admitted notary and conveyancer of the High Court of South Africa. These qualifications are essential tools in advising clients and investors on commercial and residential property matters. Louis has, over the years, secured and advised many individual clients and developers on the establishing of sectional title and township developments.

He recalls when he came to Ballito it was still a fishing village surrounded by rolling green sugarcane fields. It has now become a thriving investment hub for many national and international clients. His exposure to international investors has resulted in him advising many foreign investors in cross-border forex transactions and ensuring that the capital investment is housed and secured in the most practical method. He loves interacting with the many foreign clients. Being a qualified notary has exposed him to the vetting and notarial execution of many foreign transactions from various parts of the world. He attends to the notarial authentication of documents, including authentication by apostille in terms of The Hague Convention of 1961. He finds this work extremely interesting.

Whenever dealing with a matter, Louis encourages clients to always look at the long-term consequences of their decisions.  He can converse in four languages, namely English, Afrikaans, German and isiZulu. Louis is a family man who loves the outdoors, spending time in the beautiful nature reserves and game parks in South Africa and in the neighbouring countries. He is a social mountain bike rider and plays the trumpet.