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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”

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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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Is your family prepared for nature’s wrath and other disasters? A new guide has tips on how to ensure people with disabilities have everything they need in an emergency—well ahead of time.#disabilityrights #SpecialNeedsPlanning #TresiWeeks
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Rising inflation due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic means that in 2022, Social Security disability benefits will go up 5.9 percent, the sharpest upsurge since 1983.#DisabilityBenefits #SNT #SSA
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When the SSA closed its offices at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, it failed to provide practical ways for people with disabilities to demonstrate their eligibility or challenge its decisions, according to a class-action lawsuit.#SSA #SNT #SpecialNeedsPlanning
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To serve as a guardian or conservator (whether for an adult or for a minor), you must undertake responsibilities that are in the best interest of the person in your care. These may be personal (eg. medical care) or financial ( eg. paying bills.)
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As a handy checklist from a professor and tax expert makes clear, tax benefits for parents of children with special needs have changed due to recent federal legislation.#SpecialNeedsPlanning #SNT #WeeksLawFirm
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Taking the time to establish a will or estate plan will mean nothing unless you fully understand what you're signing for. Although each case is different, many of the same mistakes are made. Read on for more on how to avoid making mistakes with your estate plan.