The Most Trusted Law Firm in the Lake of the Ozarks Area
Phillips, McElyea, Carpenter, & Welch, P.C.
As a general practice law firm in the Lake of the Ozarks area, we help clients through a wide range of legal issues. During the emotional turmoil of divorce, the decisions you make will affect you and your children for years to come. If you are starting a business, starting off on the right foot can make all the difference to your future success. If you are buying residential or commercial real estate, properly taking care of the details now can prevent problems down the road. If you want to make sure your estate is distributed in the way you want after your death, now is the time to have an estate plan in place that can prevent family disputes and tax penalties. If you have been accused of a crime, having an effective criminal lawyer early on, even during the investigation, can have an enormous impact on your case.
We Are Effective Camden County Criminal Defense Lawyers
We Are There When You Need Us
At the law firm of Phillips, McElyea, Carpenter and Welch, P.C., located in Camdenton, Missouri, our attorneys understand that dealing with legal issues such as these can be confusing and scary. That is why we are there with effective legal guidance to help you plot a course that meets your individual needs.
Whether you need help with a civil litigation matter, or with criminal defense, our lawyers are there for you. A knowledgeable lawyer can help protect your rights. Our law office is located near the Camden County courthouse, the jail, and the sheriff’s department, and we welcome the potential clients who often drop by our office for legal advice.
Our attorneys know that you may be concerned about the cost of legal services. That is why we work hard to put our skills to use in finding practical, cost-effective solutions for our clients. We know how to fight in the courtroom, but we also know how to use mediation and negotiation that can avoid the expense of trial.
We represent our Lake of the Ozarks clients in situations involving:
- divorce and family law
- estate planning
- criminal defense
- real estate
- business law
- personal injury
- general civil litigation
- custody disputes
- trust & probate estate administration