This month, St. Louis Small Business Monthly, honored our attorney, Scott M. Welch, as one of St. Louis’s Top Veterans in the Workplace. Click HERE to see all the Veterans honored by the magazine.
Scott retired from the Missouri Air National Guard in August 2021. He spent 13 years on active duty in the United States Air Force and then finished his last 7 with the MO Guard. He began his military career as an enlisted Airman, working on the B-1B Bomber Aircraft. After 9 years of enlisted service, Scott separated and went to law school. Upon graduating law school, Scott returned to the Air Force as an Assistant Judge Advocate General (JAG). He spent the next 11 years in that capacity, until he retired.
Scott continues to serve his community as an estate planning attorney. In this capacity, Scott helps people develop legal plans using power of attorneys, last will and testament, revocable living trust, healthcare directives, and other tools designed to help clients secure peace of mind. He also serves as a probate and trust administration attorney; helping families get through the probate process and distribution of decedents estates.
Scott is grateful for the honor of being selected a Top Veteran in the Workplace. But, he was quick to remind us to support all the Veterans in our community. Many who are doing extraordinary things in their own workplaces, small businesses, and professional lives. He encourages other Veterans to comment on this post with their businesses. (Please keep in mind, any such comments are not endorsements by Scott or Welch Law).
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