Iffy Ibekwe activates women so they can go from unclear and uninformed about estate planning to confidently prepared.
As one of the very few Black female estate planning lawyers in the United States, I see how the legal world treats women and people of color. And let me tell you–it’s like we’re non-existent, especially when it’s time to talk about legal protection and generational wealth.
Historically, the relationship between Black people and the law is shameful at best. Why should the focus always remain on civil rights, criminal law, and child custody disputes? I desire more. I want to change generations. I need to protect the wallets you are padding and the future legacy it’ll provide for your family and community. And I think you want that too.
I’m here today, pulling out a chair at the table that hasn’t had our place cards on it in the past and making decisions about our lives–off the golf course and outside the “good ol’ boys club.” Care to join me?
Are you interested in working with me? The way I see it, equity and advancement shouldn’t be kept in the hands of gatekeepers behind stuffy closed doors. It should be open, free for people to hear, and accessible to everyone, no matter what they’ve been told to believe.
I use my voice to amplify and activate your attendees. I distill complex subjects in an accessible and engaging way, no matter the audience.
I lead organizations, attorneys, and individuals in law, entrepreneurship, and cultural competency. We look into what you’ve created and map out an all-encompassing plan that makes sense for you.
I protect the legacies of individuals in Texas and Arkansas. We’ll audit your assets and determine the best ways they will carry your legacy for generations to come.