June 9, 2014
-- The Chesapeake Women’s Network, founded in 1986, is a networking group for professional women to discuss and introduce anything from innovative ideas to ultimate aspirations. The women who choose to associate with the Chesapeake Women’s Network strive to be leaders in their field of work while also learning from each other’s mistakes and triumphs.
Cecile C. Weich is one of the more notable members of the Chesapeake Women’s Network. Weich is a mother of two, a grandmother of five and a lawyer of many. She represents and handles her clients with cases dealing with anything from divorce to employment discrimination. Both her personal and professional experience make Cecile Weich the ideal lawyer to engage in matrimonial cases.
Prenuptial agreements grow in commonality each day and are no longer a contract applicable to a particular group of wealthy people. Whether something is of sentimental value or economic value, a person has the right to protect what was his or hers before a marriage.
“Chances are at least one spouse will enter the marriage with some significant personal financial resources,” said Weich. “Craft a Prenuptial Agreement carefully to withstand any future challenges.”
In practice for over 50 years, Weich is often noted as the “Lady in the Law.” Her bold, tenacious attitude combined with unmatched experience and merit make her the success she is today. Aside from the Chesapeake Women’s Network, Weich was also a member of Queen Anne’s County United Way, recipient of Pro Isreal’s “Woman of the Year Award” and contributed in the three part series of the Woman’s Bank where she lectured on “What You Always Wanted to Know about Divorce and Were Afraid to Ask.”