Allison L. Lee, Esq.

Allison L. Lee, Esq.

Attorney-at-Law, Director Trusts & Estate Content, FreeWill

Allison L. Lee is the Attorney-at-Law, Director Trusts & Estate Content for FreeWill, a mission-based public benefit corporation that partners with nonprofits to provide a simple, intuitive and efficient platform to create wills and other estate planning documents free of cost. Through its work democratizing access to these tools, FreeWill has helped raise more than $4 billion for charity.

Allison also oversees FreeWill’s Fellows Program, a network of trusts & estates practitioners from across the country who are passionate about improving access to law and increasing the role of charitable giving in estate planning. Prior to joining FreeWill, Allison spent more than a decade in private practice (most recently at a New York law firm), was rated by Super Lawyers (Rising Stars) in the area of estate planning and probate, and is a member of the New York, New Jersey, Florida, Maryland and Washington, D.C. bars.

Email: Allison@freewill.com | Website: www.freewill.com/ | LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/allisonlaurenlee/

Estate Planning Lessons from My Mother’s Cancer Diagnosis
At the beach pair of hands silhouetted against the sunset forms a heart shape capturing the setting sun inside them.
estate planning

Estate Planning Lessons from My Mother’s Cancer Diagnosis

As an estate planning attorney, I know that advance medical directives are critical – but my experience with my mother deepened my conviction to help …
April 8, 2022
What Happens to Your Crypto Assets When You Die?
Bitcoins and red coins with white question marks on them scattered around.
cryptocurrency

What Happens to Your Crypto Assets When You Die?

Bitcoin, NFTs, Dogecoin – all forms of cryptocurrencies have gained buzz with investors. But unless you have a specific plan for them in your will, yo…
March 21, 2022
QCDs: A Great Way to Give Yourself (and the Charities You Love) a Gift This Year
Hands holding one-hundred dollar bills
Charity

QCDs: A Great Way to Give Yourself (and the Charities You Love) a Gift This Year

Why you should consider using your annual IRA distribution to make a qualified charitable distribution.
December 5, 2021