The Reiter Law Firm focuses its practice on trust, estate, and business litigation, as well as other complex litigation matters in both state and federal courts in South Dakota.


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    We handle all types of estate and trust litigation, including breaches of fiduciary duty by trustees, powers of attorney and personal representatives, removal of trustees, will contests, and other claims involving allegations of elder abuse, lack of capacity and undue influence. We also handle disputes between beneficiaries of trusts and estates. We represent both beneficiaries and fiduciaries alike to bring or defend claims. With more than twenty years of combined experience representing beneficiaries and fiduciaries, the attorneys at the Reiter Law Firm will provide you with professional, tailored advice to meet your legal needs.

    Business partners and entities look to the advice provided by Reiter Law Firm attorneys to find practical and effective solutions to their legal disputes in and outside the courtroom. Individuals and businesses faced with other complex litigation likewise seek the firm’s representation in diverse matters ranging from breach of contract and ownership disputes to property claims, zoning issues, insurance disputes, and even flooding problems and data breaches.


    Founding Partner Pamela Reiter’s accounting, business, and farming background allows the firm to successfully guide clients through the complex legal disputes they have with their family members and business partners. Pamela has earned an AV – Preeminent Martindale-Hubbell rating and is rated in Band A by Chambers USA, the highest possible ratings an attorney can earn. She also has been named by Benchmark Litigation as one of the Top 250 Women in Litigation in the United States and recognized by Best Lawyers in America in the area of Trust and Estate Litigation.

    In addition, Pamela has been appointed by the federal courts as a member of the Federal Practice Committee for the District of South Dakota and the Eighth Circuit Planning Committee for Eighth Circuit Judicial Conferences. She has been hired by the federal courts to investigate attorney discipline matters.

    The attorneys at the Reiter Law Firm also have over a decade of experience serving as law clerks for South Dakota’s federal court judges, which allows them to work well with attorneys from other jurisdictions in need of local counsel in federal court cases.