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Lindquist & Vennum Add Attorney to Growing Sioux Falls Office

09.25.12

SIOUX FALLS – Lindquist & Vennum LLP is pleased to announce that it has added one attorney to its Sioux Falls office, bringing the total number of attorneys in the firm’s South Dakota office to 9. Jordan Veurink join the firm as an associate effective September 2012. Lindquist & Vennum opened the Sioux Falls office—the firm’s third location—in March 2012 with eight partners. The firm will move from its temporary location at 100 South Dakota Avenue to its permanent location in the new Lumber Exchange Building at 101 S. Reid Street in December 2012.

Veurink joins the firm’s trusts and estates practice group, where he will assist clients with developing family business succession plans, asset protection plans and wealth succession plans, preparing wills, trusts and other estate planning documents, forming various types of business entities and counseling business owners, and completing federal estate and gift tax returns. Veurink earned undergraduate degrees in criminal justice and sociology from the University of Sioux Falls in 2009 and his J.D. from the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in 2012, where he served as the business editor of the Texas Wesleyan Journal of Real Property Law.

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