Attorney Weecks practices in a broad range of areas, including family law, juvenile law, wills and advanced directives, trust and probate, as well as housing and employment law.   Client needs span critical matters from divorce, child custody, guardianship, and conservatorships to grandparent rights and step-family disputes.

Ms. Weecks graduated from the University of Bridgeport School of Law.  Law school highlights included being an author and associate editor of the law review, a competitor and Executive Board Member of the moot court, and recipient of two service awards and also of both of the Outstanding Moot Court Award and the Outstanding Legal Scholarship Award.

Ms. Weecks is grateful to the State Bar Board of Governors for its recent mentorship recognition.  (See “In the News” for more information.)  As well, she is committed to advancing legal education and engages in various types of community service.  Ms. Weecks has facilitated and organized numerous continuing legal education (CLE) sessions.   She has had the honor of being involved with the United States Army’s JAGC as a presenter, is a VA-accredited attorney, and has provided legal assistance to homeless and at-risk veterans during multiple prior StandDowns.  

During her Arizona decades of practice since, Ms. Weecks has maintained a home office offering limited scope (discrete task) representation as well as traditional (full) representation in a variety of substantive law areas.  Ms. Weecks served simultaneously to her law practice as a judge pro tempore in municipal courts consecutively for twenty of those years.  Ms. Weecks currently is on the Board and serves as Co-Chair of Programming for MCAFM (Maricopa County Association of Family Mediators).

Other activities have included:
  • Co-founded the West Valley Professionals’ Roundtable (after a dozen years, WVPR is currently paused since the pandemic);
  • Presents often to lay and professional audience on a variety of topics;
  • Maricopa County Association of Family Mediators – MCAFM Programming Co-Chair and member, Board of Directors (31st May 2022 through 25th June 2024);
  • Published author in the Arizona Attorney magazine;
  • Writer of many a newsletter for dissemination to various audiences regarding legal and ethics topics;
  • Quarterly classes taught for five years in the courtroom at and for the Luke AFB 56th Fighter Wing JAGC Corps; and
  • Chair of the Sole Practitioner/Small Firms section (receiving an Outstanding Leadership Award by the SPSF State Bar’s Executive Council in 2007) and other posts.

Milestones by Year