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Drive Safely on Halloween 2019!

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Halloween 2019 is less than a month away! Can you believe it? Our lawyers at the Lake of the Ozarks hope you all have a Happy, but Safe Halloween this year. Car accidents do happen and believe it or not, they can happen on Halloween too. Our personal injury lawyers at the Lake of the Ozarks are here to give you a few safe driving tips for Halloween 2019. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, please call Phillips, McElyea, Carpenter, and Welch for your free consultation today. We can be reached at (573) 346-7231.



Drive Safely on Halloween 2019!
Never drive intoxicated. 
With this holiday right around the corner, you've probably seen festive events being advertised in light of the holiday. Many of these events will have alcohol available and no one is saying to not partake, but do so responsibly. If you know you are going to be drinking then plan ahead and designate a sober driver. There are likely kids walking in the streets, house to house, trick or treating - D…

3 Questions To Ask Your Real Estate Lawyer When Selling Your Home

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Have you ever considered how valuable an experienced real estate lawyer in Camden County can be to you? Having a Lake of the Ozarks attorney who can walk you through the ins and outs of real estate law can prevent you from making a huge mistake and could end up saving you a TON of money in certain circumstances. In this week's blog, our real estate attorneys at the Lake of the Ozarks are here to give you 3 questions you should ask your real estate lawyer when selling your home. If you are in need of an experienced real estate lawyer at the Lake of the Ozarks, call Phillips, McElyea, Carpenter, and Welch today at (573) 346-7231 for your free consultation. We are located near the Camden County Courthouse at 109 East Highway 54, Suite 103 in Camdenton, MO. If you are unable to call one day but decide you still need legal help and you are in the neighborhood, stop by. We have an open-door policy and we welcome walk-in clients.

3 Questions To Ask Your Real Estate Lawyer When Selling Yo…