A property attorney serves a highly specialised field and is considered a specialists. They have to undergo additional examinations and be admitted by the High Court of South Africa to practice as a property attorney. Where the services of a property attorney is required it is often a requisite by law. A property attorney’s focus is largely on the registration and transfer of property in the event of buying or selling property. You will not cross paths with a property attorney often, but when you do, it is not often optional. This is because the average person only buys or sells a home once or twice in their lifetime. In any event, if you are buying or selling property, you can consult a property attorney to assist with your transaction. Though the need for a property attorney is not optional, you can choose the level of expertise you want in a property attorney. It is always wise to use an attorney with a lot of experience.