A 2002 UNM School of Law graduate, Dathan found his calling in civil litigation a few years after graduating from Trinity University. A third-generation attorney, Dathan was born and raised in Farmington, NM. Dathan’s friends would say his compassion and generosity for everyone he meets drives his commitment to the tireless pursuit of justice on behalf of his clients. Dathan is also a member of the ADR, Family, Small and Solo, and Trial Practice sections of the New Mexico State Bar.
Jennifer received her Paralegal degree from Lamson College in Tempe, AZ. She has over 22 years of experience in the legal field. Jennifer joined the Weems Law Firm as a Paralegal in 2000. She provides a supportive role to Mr. Weems in the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death. Jennifer assists in the gathering and analyzing of medical documents, drafting pleadings, preparing settlement documentation and communicating with clients.
Danielle has been Dathan’s Legal Assistant since 2006. She is a graduate of El Dorado High School and studied Elementary Education at CNM. A lifelong New Mexico native, Danielle lives in Albuquerque with her husband Ron where they’re raising their two sons. Danielle provides assistance in the case management for all of the Civil and Family Law cases.
Saige Stewart, B.A.
Saige joined the Weems Law team in September of 2017, shortly after graduating from Occidental College with a Bachelor of Arts in English. Saige spends her time engaging with clients, assisting with casework, and keeping track of the Weems Law accounts. She can answer any billing questions that you may have.
Edgar Cruz, B.A.
Edgar is a recent graduate of the University of New Mexico where he studied Political Science and Chicanx Studies. His background is in radio production and digital media and he shares his passion for community through outreach and client intake. As a first-generation queer Mexicano student raised in Farmington, New Mexico, Edgar is deeply passionate about media, youth forums, and social justice reform.