A property Johannesburg attorney attends to a comprehensive field of property law. Some firms may deal explicitly in one particular area of property law, such as commercial property, while others deal in all areas of property law. A property attorney may draw up documentation and lease agreements with regards to real estate in relation to industrial and commercial sectors. As well as, negotiate and draft agreements related to the sale of residential properties. They also deal in areas of property where divorce, deceased estates and insolvent estates are pertinent. Characteristically, property attorneys will also provide services related to the financial aspects of property. For instance, provide financial planning services and structuring of share block and time share schemes. The type of property attorney needed is contingent to the specific requirements stipulated by the client, but in most cases any property attorney will be able to assist. Property law gets particularly intricate when it comes to deceased estates and divorce. Some attorneys will specialise in this field.