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The Basics of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy for Businesses

Every business owner begins with the intention of succeeding. However, things don’t always go as expected, and sometimes businesses fail. When this happens, one of the most important steps a Read More

What Debts Can’t Be Discharged Through Bankruptcy?

Deciding to file for bankruptcy is often tough, but the relief it can offer is substantial, making it an attractive option for those needing a fresh financial start. The predominant Read More

What Happens if Someone Dies Without a Will?

Wills and other estate planning tools give people the opportunity to decide, while they are living, who will get their property after they die. Nevertheless, some people pass away without Read More

How Are Felony Crimes Punished in South Dakota?

People who have been charged with a felony in South Dakota face the possibility of serving several years in prison if convicted. Felonies are serious crimes and are treated as Read More

Which Couples Should Get a Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement?

Given the high divorce rates in America, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements could be a wise choice for couples looking to avoid a potentially ugly divorce. While creating these documents may Read More

Common Reasons for Probate Litigation

There are several situations in which estate administrators, heirs and other family members find themselves in probate litigation. If a will names someone as a beneficiary, but the bequest given Read More

The Basics of Dynasty Trusts

Dynasty trusts are tools that allow the grantor (the person who funds the trust) to pass assets down to future generations without the burden of estate and gift taxes that Read More

The Benefits of Chapter 11 Business Bankruptcy

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc across the globe and caused businesses to face serious financial hardship. For many, Chapter 11 business bankruptcy has been a useful way of staying Read More

How Does Remarrying Affect a Child Support Order?

South Dakota courts can modify a child support order when one or both parents make are request due to a significant life change. Remarriage of either parent and the addition Read More

South Dakota’s Simplified Probate Process for Small Estates

If you are a surviving spouse or descendant of someone who has passed away with a small amount of property, or you are the executor of an estate with minimal Read More

How Does the Court Decide Who Gets What in a Divorce?

There are many misunderstandings about how a court decides who gets what in a South Dakota divorce. Some people think that the court will always split property equally between the Read More

How Allegations of Domestic Abuse Could Affect a Child Custody Decision

In South Dakota as elsewhere, child custody determinations are based on what a judge deems to be in the best interests of the child. In situations where allegations of domestic Read More

South Dakota Still Resists Presumption of Equal Joint Child Custody

South Dakota lawmakers failed to join nine other states that recognize a presumption of equal joint custody — also known as shared parenting — for children of divorced parents. A Read More

Using Payable-on-Death Accounts and Transfer-on-Death Deeds to Avoid Probate

Probate in South Dakota can be a complicated and drawn-out process if the estate has a net worth of more than $50,000. Fortunately, there are methods that allow even wealthy Read More

Using South Dakota Domestic Asset Protection Trusts to Shield Your Property from Creditors

If you hold substantial wealth and you fear that you might be exposed to liability or incur serious debts in the future, you may need a way of protecting your Read More

Advantages of Chapter 12 Bankruptcy for South Dakota Farmers and Ranchers

Farms and ranches are often liability-heavy businesses and the recession of 2020 has hit them particularly hard. Fortunately, federal law provides a tailor-made way for those primarily engaged in agricultural Read More

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