Showing posts from March, 2020

Legal Assistance at the Lake of the Ozarks

March 14th is Legal Assistance Day, and a wonderful time to celebrate what it can mean for you to have access to lawyers at the Lake of the Ozarks. The day was established to help people understand the importance of what lawyers do for their communities everywhere, while also giving people a special opportunity to handle and resolve their legal needs. At O’Donnell Law Center, we are here to assist when you have hit a bump in the road, or even when you undertake a new adventure such as purchasing a home or starting a new business. Because our goal is to take the burden off of your shoulders and place it on ours, we want you to know exactly what services we offer in our law center at the Lake of the Ozarks. Here is a quick introduction to our center! Family Law at the Lake of the Ozarks This can be a very broad category that includes divorce, custody, child support, adoption, adult orders of protection, child orders of protection, prenuptial agreements, and grandparents’ rights.

4 Reasons Millennials Need a Family Lawyer

When you first think of family law, it might seem a bit intimidating or maybe even unnecessary. Millennials are the up and coming generation, and if anyone needs to know about family law, it’s this age group. As a whole, Millennials are between 24 and 39 years old, which covers a wide range of needs in the family law department. Here are four reasons why millennials need family law, and even more so, a family lawyer at the Lake of the Ozarks. Getting To Know Millennials A big portion of family law is centered around marriage, relationships, and the people and things that come from that relationship. This means that it’s important to know how millennials are handing and approaching their relationships if you want to know why family law is so important for them. In 1980, the average age for first marriages was 22 for women and 25 for men, however, in 2017, the numbers changed to 27 for women and 29 for men. This means that millennials are taking longer to marry if they marry at