Growing An Estate Planning Business Using Geo Service Domains with Iffy Ibekwe
If you’re a lawyer or attorney in Texas, or if you know one, then today is your or their lucky day — as far as domain names are concerned.
The State Bar of Texas has long held firm on its belief in the law that all attorneys and lawyers should use their surname(s) as their legal entities’ names.
Texas is one of the last states that bar law firms from using trade names — New York and New Jersey revised their professional conduct rules in the last 12 months.
Now you’re likely wondering, Alvin, “what does Texas approving a change allowing law firms to use trade names have to do with domain names and domain investing?”
Well, I’m glad you asked. Today’s podcast guest, Iffy Ibekwe, shares the impact of this change for Texas attorneys and lawyers using trade names, and how it’ll likely positively impacting keyword and geo service domain owners and investors.
In addition, Iffy — a speaker and principal attorney of Ibekwe Law, a law firm specializing in wills and trusts to activate people taking agency over their lives and building impactful legacies, discusses how growing up in the middle east for nearly a decade broadened and shaped her cultural thinking personally and professionally.
Iffy and I also chat about why she and her family moved from one of the fastest-growing cities in the US, Austin, Texas, to Bentonville, Arkansas — birthplace of the retailer Walmart.
So hit play and learn more about attorneys and lawyers like Iffy are using city and state geo service domains to grow their physical and virtual footprints. Enjoy!