A native of South Florida, Ms. Freedman graduated from Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale and received her Bachelor’s Degree from Yale University. She earned her law degree from Columbia Law School where she had the privilege of serving as Editor-in-Chief of the Columbia Business Law Review and was named a Kent Scholar. Prior to law school, Ms. Freedman also attended the Pardes Institute in Jerusalem.
Ms. Freedman assists high-net-worth individuals and their families in implementing sophisticated estate planning techniques. Ms. Freedman works with clients to help them develop estate plans which will maximize and protect the transfer of wealth to future generations, as well as to achieve their philanthropic and charitable goals.
Ms. Freedman is a member of the Florida Bar and the South Palm Beach County Bar Association. As an active member in the local community, Ms. Freedman serves as a trustee on the Board of the South Palm Beach County Jewish Federation Jacobson Community Foundation. She serves on the executive board of Boca Raton Synagogue and on the board of Katz Yeshiva High School. In addition, Ms. Freedman is involved in various other charitable organizations including the Jewish National Fund (“JNF”) and AIPAC.