Lee H. Freedman is a founding partner of WF Legal and an experienced attorney with nearly twenty-two years of professional legal experience. Lee has represented community associations since 2000. During his career, his practice has focused as well on complex civil litigation, construction defect litigation, insurance litigation, employment law, franchise law, real estate, and corporate transactions. Lee is highly energetic, outgoing and pragmatic in his approach to the legal matters he handles. His assertive, team-oriented approach, problem solving skills, and outside-the-box thinking enable him to provide comprehensive, effective and efficient counsel to his clients while anticipating potential problems before they arise.
Lee’s focus in housing is:
- General counsel representation of community associations, community management companies
- Additionally, Lee’s practices fuses a unique combination of litigation of community association disputes and complex transactional and general counsel representation for communities with unique issues.
Lee grew up in Colorado and graduated from the University of Colorado in 1991 with a bachelor of science in marketing and finance. Lee graduated from the University of Gonzaga School of Law in 1995 where he obtained a juris doctor.
Prior to forming WF Legal, Lee practiced in boutique law firms in California, specializing in community association law (including construction defect litigation and complex civil litigation), alternative medicine law, and other corporate litigation, employment matters, and transactional matters. Lee, with his family, moved back to Colorado in 1995, where he continues to lay deep roots in helping Colorado communities resolve complex disputes. In addition to Lee’s litigation and transactional law practice, Lee is passionate about working with his partner, Wes Wollenweber, in a wide array of educational presentations for the community association industry.
Lee is a three-time Colorado High School state gymnastics champion, a letterman from CU as a Ralphie Runner, and an alumni of the Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Alpha Delta Fraternities. Lee recently retired as a men’s gymnastics coach and has turned his attention to supporting his daughter’s cheerleading teams and spending time with his wife and daughter. Lee is also a member of the Colorado Legislative Action Committee for the Colorado chapters of the Community Association Institute, and a former member of the Programs and Education Committee for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Community Association Institute.