Free Virtual Estate Planning Webinar: Family Legal Documents 101

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Free Virtual Webinar: Special Needs Planning & Trust

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Free Virtual Webinar: Guardianships & Alternatives

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WHO WE ARE


Attorneys at Weeks Law Firm have been serving estate planning, special needs planning, guardianship and probate clients since 1998. Attorney Tresi Moore Weeks provides exceptional guidance to its clients in estate planning, probate, guardianship and special needs trusts.

Tresi Moore Weeks is a recognized authority and frequent speaker for groups seeking to understand the unique planning needs of families with children with disabilities.

Our goal is to help our clients leave a loving legacy by creating an estate or special needs plan that costs less overall, and guiding our clients through the planning, probate or guardianship process with experience and compassion.

“Leaving A Loving Legacy”

OUR PRACTICE AREAS

Weeks Law Firm helps families plan for the care and financial security of their child or loved one with special needs

Estate planning is for every husband, wife, mother, father, grandparent, business owner, professional, or anyone else who has someone they care about, are concerned about providing responsibly for their own well being and for the well being of those they love, and for anyone who seeks to make a difference in the lives of others after they’re gone.

Guardianship is a legal process with a court-created relationship between a person who needs help (“proposed ward” or “ward”) and the person who gives help (“guardian”). A court decides if the person is not able to manage their personal or financial affairs due to a physical or mental condition.

Probate is a court-supervised process for distributing the individually owned assets of a deceased person. Assets are distributed to beneficiaries in accordance to the instructions written in the person’s will, or according to Texas law if the person died without a will.

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Weeks Law Firm4 days ago
If you are needing guidance on navigating the complex road of special needs planning for your family, this is a great opportunity for you to learn.

Register for this webinar with Rachel Dickison, attorney at Weeks Law Firm in partnership with Consolidated Planning Group and Red Oak ISD. #WeeksLawfirm #RachelDickison #SNT https://bit.ly/3UO6Zz1
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Weeks Law Firm5 days ago
Jennifer Finch, attorney at Weeks Law Firm is scheduled to speak at the SBANT Education Day event on Feb 24th .

If you're interested, there is still time to sign up for Education Day here: https://spinabifidant.org/
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Weeks Law Firm5 days ago
If you took time to make estate plans during your marriage, then it's likely you'll want to rethink some of those decisions in light of a divorce.

Many estate planning actions you should take are actually just paperwork processes, so having a plan of action lets you get it all over with ease. We're here to help.

https://weekslawfirm.com/5-estate-planning-tips-non-traditional-family/
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Weeks Law Firm1 week ago
You may not want to think about it, but it is vital that you do. Someday you may face a sudden health crisis due to an accident or serious illness that leaves you unable to make your own medical decisions. Fortunately, there is a legal means of addressing this potential concern - it's called an advance directive.

Health care directives include a power of attorney which gives someone you choose the power to make decisions if you can't.

https://weekslawfirm.com/what-to-know-about-being-a-health-care-proxy/
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Weeks Law Firm2 weeks ago
It's a worry every parent has: Am I going to pass on my debt to my children?

In general, your children won't have to pay your debts, but they could see their inheritance diminish as creditors deplete your assets to cover your debts.
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Weeks Law Firm2 weeks ago
If you have a business, you may wish to keep it in your family after you pass away. If you're the sole owner of a business, you'll need a succession plan. If you own it with others you'll need to implement a buyout agreement.

Regardless of which option you choose, careful planning will ensure the business can stay up and running and be protected from large, unexpected tax liabilities. We're here to help.

https://weekslawfirm.com/why-small-business-owners-need-an-estate-plan/