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Debra C. Flute (17.6 miles)
Criminal, Military & Veterans Appeals
Sisseton, SD 57262, Roberts County
Shaun Eastman (17.6 miles)
Real Estate, Estate Planning, Wills & Probate
Sisseton, SD 57262, Roberts County
Gregory James Garvey (17.6 miles)
General Practice
Sisseton, SD 57262, Roberts County
Susan Jennen Larson (21.3 miles)
Biotechnology, Employment Discrimination, International Intellectual Property
47296 159Th St, #A
Stockholm, SD 57264, Grant County
Thomas S. Mortland (24.4 miles)
Insurance, Commercial Bankruptcy, Litigation
301 Veterans Ave., #4
Sisseton, SD 57262, Roberts County
Brenda J. Bellonger (24.5 miles)
Adoption, Family Law, Juvenile Law, Native People
45523 S. Dakota Hwy 10,
Sisseton, SD 57262, Roberts County
Erin C. Cameron (24.5 miles)
Military & Veterans Appeals
610 Veterans Ave.,
Sisseton, SD 57262, Roberts County
David M. Axtmann (21.0 miles)
General Practice
1101 E 1st St.,
Webster, SD 57274, Day County
Kent J. Delaney (21.1 miles)
Real Estate, Criminal, Business & Trade, Litigation, Electronic Commerce
Webster, SD 57274, Day County
Thomas L. Sannes (21.1 miles)
General Practice
Webster, SD 57274, Day County

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... Darlene petitioned for formal probate of Minnie's estate. ... [¶10.] This Court has not addressed the issue of what constitutes a final order in a probate proceeding since South Dakota adopted the Uniform Probate Code (UPC). [1] 1994 SD Sess. Laws ch. 232. ...

... Allstate will pay to or on behalf of an insured person all reasonable expenses actually incurred by the insured person for necessary medical treatment, medical services, or medical products actually provided to the insured person by a state licensed health care provider. ...

... The STATE of South Dakota, Acting by and through the DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION and the South Dakota Transportation Commission, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. Philip G. CLARK, P & J Enterprises, LLC and Hansen Manufacturing, Corporation, Defendants and ...

... Ochs denied the complaint and claimed the restitution order entered as part of his state criminal conviction was discharged in his Chapter 7 federal bankruptcy proceedings. ... Criminal restitution orders survive bankruptcy proceedings. ...

[¶ 1.] Bowes Construction, Inc., a subcontractor hired to produce aggregate materials for three asphalt paving projects, initiated this breach of contract action against the South Dakota Department of Transportation. Under the subcontracts, Bowes was contractually obligated to produce ...