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Jeffrey D. Brekke

Corporate, Estate Planning, Real Estate

John H. Billion

Estate Planning, Family Law, Insurance, Litigation

John H. Billion was born in Peoria, IL while his father was in school.  He returned to Sioux Falls at the age of six and called it home ever sinc... (more)

Lon J. Kouri

Construction, Estate Planning, Family Law, Insurance

Lon Kouri, a native of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, attended Augustana College and graduated with honors in 1977.  He graduated from the University... (more)

Mark J. Arndt

Dispute Resolution, DUI-DWI, Insurance, Business, Personal Injury

Mark J. Arndt, a native of Grand Island, Nebraska, attended college and law school at the University of Nebraska, graduating from the law school in 19... (more)

Richard Moe

Business Organization, Gift Taxation, Estate Planning, Family Law

Richard MoeRichard Moe, born in Brookings, South Dakota, attended undergraduate schoolat South Dakota State University, graduating in 1969. Richard at... (more)

Richard L. Travis

Criminal, Family Law, Insurance, Litigation, Workers' Compensation

RichardRichard(Dick) Travis, born in Mobridge, South Dakota, moved to Beresford, SouthDakota after graduating from law school. He graduated from ... (more)

Adam Hoier

Insurance, Collection, Civil Rights

David A. Grennan

Real Estate, Trusts, Insurance, Construction

David A. Pfeifle

Insurance, Litigation, Personal Injury

Dave Pfeifle, a native of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, attended college and law school at the University of South Dakota, where he served on the Board o... (more)

Eric Donald DeNure

Insurance, Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation, Civil Rights

Holly Farris

General Practice

Jason W. Shanks

General Practice

Jason W. Shanks was born in Sioux Falls and is currently living there with his wife, daughter, and son. He graduated from Sioux Falls Washington High ... (more)

Jeff D. Brekke

Commercial Real Estate, Business & Trade, Trusts, Banking & Finance

John H. Billion

Personal Injury, Litigation, Insurance, Wrongful Death

Lon J. Kouri

Construction, Dispute Resolution, Civil Rights, Insurance

Mark J. Arndt

Immigration, Health Care, Workers' Compensation, Insurance, Accident & Injury

Richard Moe

Corporate, Commercial Real Estate, Tax, Gift Taxation

Richard L. Travis

Insurance, Workers' Compensation, Civil Rights

Ryan M. Petersen

Estate, Real Estate, Tax, Construction

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Tax, Banking & Finance, Corporate

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Lawsuit, Power of Attorney, Traffic, Sexual Harassment, Criminal

May & Johnson

Sioux Falls, SD 57109


Sioux Falls, SD 57109

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Dividing a 401(k) in Divorce
a 401(k) is a common asset that has to be divided in a divorce. In many cases, the 401(k) is one of the more valuable assets. Individuals often work their whole career trying to build up their 401(k) balance so that they can retire. However, in a divorce, the 401(k) often ends up divided as part of the property division process.