Tresi Moore Weeks is an attorney and founder of The Weeks Law Firm, PLLC in Plano, Texas, where she assists clients with estate planning, special needs planning, special needs trusts, probate and guardianship. After 11 years as a trial attorney, she opened her own estate planning law firm 17 years ago. As an advocate for her own child’s special needs, she is passionate about helping families with loved ones with special needs.
Tresi serves as President of the Estate Planning and Probate Section of the Collin County Bar Association. She serves on the Board of Directors of Disability Rights Texas, and as Chair of the Mental Illness Advisory Council for Disability Rights Texas. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Association for Independent Living (“AFIL”) in Dallas, as well as the Dallas Society of Financial Service Professionals. She is on the Advisory Council for My Possibilities. She was recently appointed to the Advisory Council of My Possibilities. She enjoys her volunteer legal work for the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program and the Collin County office of Legal Aid of North West Texas.
Tresi is a lifelong learner through her memberships in the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Probate Trust and Estates section of the Dallas Bar Association, the Dallas Estate Planning Council, Estate Planning Council of North Texas, Wealth Counsel, Elder Counsel, and the State Bar College.
Tresi is a frequent speaker on special needs trust for attorneys, advisors, educators and parents of children with special needs. She is also a frequent speaker for women’s and church groups about basic estate planning and godly stewardship. She lives with her husband Kevin, and they are active members of Watermark Community Church in Dallas.
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