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Title Change

You must change your Social Security card first in order to change your title. Visit the DMV in person. Bring proper identification confirming your previous name as DMV offices are extremely specific regarding acceptable ID. Visit your DMV’s website for a list of acceptable forms of proof. Do not guess. Bring documentation of your name change. In most cases, depending on the circumstances behind your new identity, these vital records will be a marriage certificate, divorce document, or court papers issued in the U.S. proving your name change. They must be certified. Bring existing vehicle title or car registration. Have proper payment to cover any duplicate title or registration fees.

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  • Kelly is an amazing attorney you can trust and will take the time to listen to you

    “I would highly recommend Knies, Helland, & McPherson Attorneys at Law. Kelly represented me in my case and worked hard and diligently to understand all the facts of my case. Kelly's confidence in the ...”

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  • Just good solid representation and advice.

    “Ezra Hurwitz represented me and Jess Strong was the paralegal. Both were extremely responsive to email and phone calls. I would often reply after business hours and on weekends. Most of the time I ...”

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  • What a friendly, considerate, and professional operation - thanks!

    “What a friendly, considerate, and professional operation - thanks!”

    - Glenn
  • At trial, she was responsive to the witnesses and testimony and was able to adjust her approach to make sure that the judge heard us. She’s a natural in the courtroom.

    “At trial, she was responsive to the witnesses and testimony and was able to adjust her approach to make sure that the judge heard us. She’s a natural in the courtroom.”

    - Jessica H.
  • They do the hard work! That helps alleviate some stress, so I can focus on my children, and live in the present. I do not know where I’d be without them.

    “They do the hard work! That helps alleviate some stress, so I can focus on my children, and live in the present. I do not know where I’d be without them.”

    - Angela B.
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What Sets Us Apart?

Dedication. Experience. Results.
  • Experience

    The partners and attorneys at Knies, Helland & McPherson are seasoned litigators with decades of combined courtroom experience. We help clients transition into the next phase of their life. 

  • Clients Come First

    Our Attorneys believe you can part ways with a loved one with dignity and respect, without harming your children. They also believe divorce and mediation can be much less confrontational and toxic, and far less expensive.

  • Personalized Service

    When you work with our team, you will get a customized plan that best fits your unique situation. No two cases are the same and our attorneys understand this.

  • Team Oriented

    As Mothers and friends, our approach is unique in that we work collectively as a team. Our firm's number one priority is the success of our clients. We strongly believe that the best outcomes come about when we collaborate.