Attorney Debbie Weecks
Ms. Weecks is an attorney practicing law exclusively in Arizona. Her practice spans many areas including probate, protective proceedings, family law (divorce, custody, non-parental proceedings, paternity), guardianship and conservatorship law, exploitation of vulnerable adults, civil litigation and other disputes, and drafting of advanced directives. Ms. Weecks graduated from the University of Bridgeport School of Law.
In her long and diverse career with a focus on community involvement and outreach, Ms. Weecks has had the pleasure of serving on the State Bar Mentor Committee for 2 years by Bar President appointment. As then-Chair of the Sole Practitioners'/Small Firms' section of the State Bar of Arizona and with the support of the then-Executive Council, Attorney Debbie Weecks undertook a long-term "signature project" involving limited appearances in cases of vulnerable adult exploitation . In more recent history, Ms. Weecks has donated her time to the AZ StandDown project annually to help Veterans, co-founded the West Valley Professionals' Roundtable, an educational and multi-disciplinary networking forum for professionals dealing in elder issues, and was the past Chair for the Sole Practitioners and Small Firms' section of the State Bar's Annual Convention full-day Program T-30 . The T-30 program was a "tool kit for ALL attorneys whose clients are people" relating to covering handling another person's affairs. Aside from her volunteer efforts, Ms. Weecks was awarded the "Outstanding Leadership Award" by the SPSF Executive Council in 2007.