I'm considering selling/buying property. What is the difference between using a lawyer and a conveyancer?

Conveyancers are qualified to provide advice to clients in relation to certain aspects of property law only. Solicitors, on the other hand, have knowledge of not only property law, but other areas of the law which relate to your conveyancing transaction (such as tax/asset protection/family law and estate planning). Mullane and Lindsay have a specialist team who work in the area of property law, comprising of solicitors and a conveyancer.