Ozark Law Firm, LLC


Our Vision

Ozark Law Firm, LLC is committed to providing the highest level of legal service with the individual care and attention clients deserve.  Our practice is rooted in the principle that sophisticated and effective legal service can be accomplished with dignity and professionalism.  We obtain results without losing sight of client interests.

​Our law firm is primarily focused on Asset Protection and Elder Law.  We handle issues of Medicaid Asset Planning, Nursing Home Planning, Veterans Benefits, Wills & Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Probate, Guardianships, and Special Needs Trusts.    

Although our concentration is Elder Law, Ozark Law Firm, LLC is a law firm that strives to ensure all of your legal needs are met. Our attorney has experience in many areas, including business, creditors’ rights, landlord/tenant and real estate. However, when presented with an issue outside of our practice area, we are willing and able to help you find the right professionals to assist you.  It is our goal to help you receive the best legal service possible, whether it be from us or another professional.

Walter Ozark | Our Vision

Elder Law

Ozark Law Firm, LLC has extensive experience in all of these areas and is committed to helping seniors and the people who love them cope with the many challenges that come with growing older.


our services

What We Do | Medicaid Asset Planning


Medicaid is a State and Federal Government program that pays for certain health services and nursing home care for older people with low incomes and limited assets.

What We Do | Estate Planning


Some people believe that estate planning is only for “wealthy” folks, but most everyone can benefit from having an estate plan.

What We Do | Estate, Probate & Trust Admin


Probate is a court-supervised proceeding wherein a person’s assets are retitled and distributed after death.

What We Do | Veterans Benefits


Every year countless veterans and their families become eligible for benefits, but fail to receive them.

What We Do | Special Needs


Parents of a children with special needs are well aware of the many financial, social and medical issues involved.

What We Do | Guardianships


In Illinois, there are two basic types of guardianships: a guardianship of the person and a guardianship of the estate.