Find state-specific questions relating to brokerage laws and customs, including licensing requirements, legal restrictions on a broker’s role in a real estate transaction, brokerage agreements, commission payments, and brokers’ lien rights in the latest version of the Real Estate Brokerage Laws and Customs: South Dakota. This has been prepared by our attorneys Patrick Goetzinger, Tyler Wetering, and Stacy Hegge for the Thomson Reuters publication, WestLaw. If you have any questions please reach out to our firm today!
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Patrick G. Goetzinger
Pat is a partner with Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson, & Ashmore, LLP, where he leads the firm's Business and Estate Planning Group and serves on the Executive Committee. He practices in the areas of Business and Estate Planning with a focus on family-run businesses, affluent individuals, business transactions, and real property law.
Stacy R. Hegge
Stacy R. Hegge is a partner at Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson, and Ashmore, LLP’s office in Pierre, South Dakota. Stacy has a general practice that encompasses litigation, business law, real estate, governmental law, tribal law, estate planning/probate, and family law.
Tyler C. Wetering
Tyler C. Wetering is a partner with Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP and is a member of the firm's business transactions & estate planning group. Tyler has served as the past chair of the Real Property, Probate, and Trust section of the South Dakota Bar and has also served on the board of the West River Estate & Financial Planning Council.