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Honoring Those Who’ve Given So Much

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With today being the day we observe Veterans Day, we thought it was an appropriate time to honor those who’ve given so much for our freedom. As your Lake of the Ozarks attorney, we want to take some time to feature the history of Veterans Day and a few of the ways you can honor this holiday. Take a look below to learn more about this special holiday honoring veterans, provided by O’Donnell Law Center.

The History of Veteran’s Day: Originally known as Armistice Day, this holiday was established on November 11th of 1919 – the first anniversary of the end of World War 1. In 1926, Congress passed a resolution to observe this holiday annually. Later it became a national holiday in 1938. In 1968, President Eisenhour officially changed the holiday from Armistice Day to Veterans Day. Aside from common belief, Veterans Day pays tribute to all American veterans – living or those who’ve passed. This day celebrates and gives thanks to veterans who have served their country during war and peaceful…

Establish a Trust for your Favorite Organization or Non-Profit

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What will happen to your money after you pass? It’s important to line out your wishes ahead of time to help alleviate stress for your family. Whether you want to leave some assets to your family and make a charitable contribution to an organization with the remainder or donate all of your assets to a beloved non-profit, we can help establish your trust at the Lake of the Ozarks. Here at O’Donnell Law Center, we specialize in walking you through the process to set up a trust, as well as counsel you through it.


Is there an organization that is near and dear to your heart? If you’d like to make a contribution to a non-profit or other organization after you pass, we can include that in your trust. Having this type of clear instruction can help reduce the amount of time required for the organization of your choice to receive your contribution and eliminate confusion and uncertainty for family members.
People rarely want to think about end of life.  But in order to make it a little easier o…