I want to be known as someone who is responsible, bold, and intentional.
I recently came back from a trip to Turkey and Nigeria, where I was born. I received comments from friends that ranged from excitement to fear—because they’d NEVER travel to such places and definitely not by themselves.
While I was away on my solo journey, I experienced unrivaled hospitality, generosity, and kindness from strangers and family members. So much so that I questioned what the heck I was doing with MY life and ways to make improvements.
I made a new friend in Istanbul. Dylia works at a restaurant I visited. She’s originally from Uzbekistan and speaks at least 5 languages. Not only did Dylia take me around Istanbul after her shift was over, but she again met me on my return from Nigeria at 7:45am in the morning to do it all over again. AND, she barely allowed me to pay or haggle for anything! I am so grateful for saying yes to a stranger who I now consider a friend.
Others may think this is risky, but honestly, that’s why I use my judgement and intuition to guide my intentional decisions.
This intentionality is what I am drawn to in women who are ready to make the calculated step to finally create a will, trust and other legal documents to protect themselves and their families in the event of death or unexpected emergencies.
At Ibekwe Law, we want to guide you around the unfamiliar landscape of estate planning and help you make intentional, informed decisions. Are you one of those intentional women? We would love to show you around.