Women are the glue that holds a family together. They are the ones to take initiative and ensure that they themselves, their family and their extended loved ones are protected through a Legacy Plan.
Jazzy D. Rippy and Ameena R. Sheikh (pronounced “shake”) are the Co-Founders of LADIES IN LAW®, a minority, woman-owned law firm in Downtown Detroit. LADIES IN LAW® specializes in Legacy Planning – the process of protecting, preserving, and controlling your assets, finances, businesses and health decisions during your lifetime and after. This is done through Wills, Trusts, and Powers of Attorney. LADIES IN LAW® makes Legacy Planning accessible through attainable pricing, educational outreach, and a streamlined process.
LADIES IN LAW® has been recognized as a leader in the legal field by Marquis Who’s Who America, National Trial Lawyers Top 40 under 40 Michigan and Expertise.com. Jazzy and Ameena have been featured in Voyage Michigan, The Michigan Chronicle, Detroit Legal News, Michigan Lawyers Weekly, BLAC Detroit, and Close Up Radio with Doug Llewelyn. Both Co-Founders graduated magna cum laude in the top 10% from their law schools, The University of Toledo College of Law and Wayne State University Law School, respectively.
THREE THINGS ABOUT ME
Jazzy and Ameena, Co-Founders of LADIES IN LAW®, met at their first law jobs and have been friends ever since.
LADIES IN LAW® is based in Detroit, but the Co-Founders hail from Cleveland (Jazzy) and Kentucky (Ameena).
LADIES IN LAW® focuses on avoiding problems rather than solving them. They believe law should be viewed more proactively like medicine.
Michigan Bar; California Bar
"LADIES IN LAW was very professional and quick. They understood my needs and my POA paperwork for my grandma is perfect. I highly recommend."
"Going through the Legacy Planning process for the first time, it was very reassuring to work with someone who was both professional and personal."
"I received outstanding customer service from LADIES IN LAW . They were very polite and helpful. Everything was explained in detail and I was kept informed along the way."