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Sioux Falls Divorce & Family Law Attorney
Family Law Attorney In Sioux Falls, SD
Thomas Blake Law Office handles numerous family practice areas including: divorce, wills, change of name and power of attorney (financial and health care). Contact us for a free consultation.
A Divorce Attorney You Can Count On
Divorce can be an emotional rollercoaster, which can make decision-making very difficult. You need the grounded leadership of a Sioux Falls family lawyer that has a comprehensive knowledge of South Dakota family law to care for you, your family, and your future.
A divorce or relationship break-up can make a devastating financial impact on you. At Thomas A. Blake Law, we have filed over 6,840 successful bankruptcy cases since 1990. We have what it takes to help you navigate these turbulent financial waters and find solid ground again.
When a family is going through a separation or divorce, the experience can be chaotic and overwhelming. There are so many things to think about – child custody, asset division, alimony payments – that it can be hard to know where to start. That’s where a family lawyer comes in.
Free Consultation With Our Family Lawyer
A good family lawyer can help you get your bearings, guiding you through the legal process and helping to ensure that your rights are protected. If you are considering getting a divorce, you will want to speak to a family lawyer. During your free consultation, the lawyer will ask you a lot of questions about your situation and then give you some advice. You should also ask the lawyer any questions you have.
Contact us for compassionate, professional help when you need a Sioux Falls divorce attorney or family lawyer.
Child Support Services
Have a child support order? We can help guide you through your child support obligation. When a couple is not living together, the noncustodial parent is required to pay child support. Child support payments are usually enforced through the issuance of income-withholding orders, which require the noncustodial parent’s employer to withhold a certain amount of money from their paycheck and send it directly to the custodial parent.
Sometimes noncustodial parents fail to pay child support as required by law. When this happens, there are many ways that custodial parents can pursue getting their child support payments enforced. Some states have a wage garnishment program to take money from the non-custodial parent’s paycheck and put it into a bank account that is controlled by the custodial parent. Other states use an income withholding order to collect child support payments directly from the non-custodial parent’s paycheck.
Child support services have become increasingly important in the last few years, serving as a lifeline for thousands of children in need. However, many parents often struggle with the process and may have trouble understanding their rights and responsibilities. Whether or not your divorce is simple or complicated, Thomas A. Blake will provide the understanding and guidance required to navigate the legal issues surrounding your case.
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505 W 9th St Suite 202,
Pettigrew Professional Building
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Monday through Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Weekends and evening appointments available
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