KKG Law is a full-service law firm based in Sioux Falls, SD.

Our Firm

Kading, Kunstle & Goodhope Law finds pride in having deep roots in offering quality legal services to Sioux Falls and the surrounding communities. Learn more about our history and commitment to serving you.

 

Continuing a long-standing tradition of legal counsel.


The original firm, Dana, Golden, Moore & Rasmussen, was founded in 1950. A lot may have changed since then, but our commitment to providing the highest quality legal counsel and service needed to today’s community has not. Currently the firm has four practicing attorneys: Scott Kading, William Kunstle, Samuel Goodhope and Laura Brahms. Each of our attorneys have established their careers at the firm and have been a part of the firm’s growth to meeting the community’s legal needs.

Learn more about our attorneys and the practice areas that we serve.

One team.

Committed to you.

When you partner with KKG Law, you are trusting your legal matter with a collaborative team that is working hard for you behind the scenes.

We recognize that every case brings unique questions and needs. Not only do you have the legal expertise of your dedicated attorney, but our firm offers additional legal support from the other experienced attorneys at KKG Law. Our team of attorneys partner together to bring their collective knowledge to your unique legal needs throughout your case.

Along with the support of your attorney, you’ll also have a dedicated support staff member working with you to ensure your case and needs are taken care of. Our support staff has been with the firm for a combined 50-plus years, many have been with the firm for more than 20 years.

We are one team, committed to serving you.

 

We are proud of our Midwestern roots and are grateful for the opportunity to serve our local Sioux Falls, SD and surrounding community for business and personal legal needs.

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