“I founded and initially limited the focus of Weekes Law on bankruptcy and debt relief because I know what it’s like to face foreclosure, substantial debt burdens and financial difficulties. As a teenager, I experienced first-hand how financial difficulties can impact every aspect of a family’s life. I have devoted our firm’s energy to helping good people who are experiencing difficult times get the help and advice that I wish my family had received growing up. As a result, we treat each case and client as if it were my own.”
– Russell B. Weekes, Founder and Managing Member
We have expanded our offerings and reach to include family law, small business, estate planning, and probate. Our law firm was organized with the goal to provide exceptional services coupled with personal attention delivered in a simple and convenient process. We are dedicated to provide personal attention to every client and keep them fully informed and prepared at every step of the way. We firmly believe that each client’s needs are unique, which requires personalized counseling and assistance. Our goal is to exceed your expectations for performance and results.
In an ideal bankruptcy case, all the creditors are listed thereby maximizing which debts are discharged. But, oftentimes the debtor hasn’t received a bill from a hospital or other creditor and the debt is not being reported to a credit bureau, so the debtor is unaware. Will the debt be
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You may have heard that probate is somehow bad and that you should avoid it, but you aren’t sure why or how to avoid it. This article provides an overview of probate, the reasons many people want to avoid it, and ways to avoid probate. Probate is the legal process
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