Every February 14th, the stores line the isles with beautiful floral bouquets and packages of chocolate indulgences of all kinds.  Marriage proposals are planned, reservations are made at fine dining…

If you’ve gone through a divorce, you know there are many details involved in the division of assets.  Sometimes, things fall through the cracks; one of those things can be…

Legislative Update: Special Needs Trust Fairness Act On December 7, 2016, by an overwhelmingly affirmative vote of 94 to 5, the Senate approved H.R. 34 a.k.a. the 21st Century Cares…

Post-Election Legal Update: Tax Reform Snapshot As the dust appears to be finally settling on the 2016 Presidential Election, the legal world is steadying itself for the likely changes headed…

Dear Friends, As we inch our way toward Thanksgiving, I am always moved to reflect and give thanks for the blessings of the past year. The year kicked off with…

Planning some post-Thanksgiving Christmas shopping? Attend the Coventry Reserve’s Annual Open House and Pottery Sale and give two gifts for the price of one: the one you’ll wrap, and the…

Facebook Live Event: TEA Responds to U.S. Department of Education About 8.5% Cap on Special Ed What DRTx Has to Say About It, and What We Plan to Do Next…

Each year, the month of October is marked as a designated time to recognize the cause of supporting and celebrating individuals with Down Syndrome.  It brought to mind a very…

The Weeks Law Firm was a proud sponsor of the Coventry Reserve’s Annual Golf Tournament at Woodbridge Country Club.  Rain did not stop golfers or volunteers from coming out and raise…

In “Gift Tax Exclusion 101, Part I”, we covered the basics of the Annual Gift Tax Exclusion’s general rule and the exceptions.  In Part II, we’ll discuss the implications of…

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