If you are contemplating giving part of your estate to a charity, this decision can and should form part of your estate planning process. As a Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy…

There are many unknowns in estate planning, but you can’t let the uncertainties get in the way of creating any kind of plan. Having an imperfect plan is usually better…

Unclaimed Property – What? Where? How it impacts on estate planning and probate estate administration? Did you know that there are billions of dollars in unclaimed property being held by…

The SECURE Act: Time to review and possibly amend estate plans While it’s been a few months since President Trump signed the SECURE Act, we wanted to share information with…

TRESI WEEKS EARNS CHARTERED ADVISOR IN PHILANTHROPY DESIGNATION TRESI WEEKS, Attorney with the Weeks Law Firm, PLLC, has earned the CChartered Advisor in Philanthropy® (CAP®) professional designation from the Richard D….

Last fall, attorneys Tresi Weeks and Chris Krupa Downs of The Weeks Law Firm, PLLC spent a few hours with a dynamic group of UNT Law Students filming a video…

During the COVID-19 epidemic, most law firms are protecting their clients and staff by not conducting signings of wills and other legal documents in their office in the usual manner. …

During the COVID-19 crisis, the Weeks Law Firm is still open to serve you. We are working remotely but in full operational capacity.  We are conducting initial consultations via phone or…

A medical power of attorney is a crucial part of your estate plan that enables you to name a trusted person to make healthcare decisions for you if needed. But…

How is estate planning like building a snowman? Well, as this blog reveals, there are some strong similarities. In both cases, you have to establish a strong base before methodically…

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