Matthew T. Lee is an associate in Nutter's Private Client Department. His practice ranges from relatively straightforward estate planning for young families to more sophisticated plans, with a focus on minimizing estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes. Matt advises personal representatives and trustees in the areas of estate and trust administration, including the preparation of estate tax returns. He also assists private foundations with grantmaking and compliance issues and is an active member of the Boston Philanthropic Advisors Roundtable (BPART), a study group of philanthropic and financial advisors, estate planners, and non-profit executives who advise clients on charitable giving matters.
Matt has also been involved in Nutter’s Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program, in which he has successfully represented veterans challenging the denial of military medical benefits by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
While in law school, Matt interned with The Honorable John C. Cratsley, of the Massachusetts Superior Court, at the Massachusetts Executive Office of Administration and Finance, as well as in the General Counsel’s office at NSTAR. Matt also served as a senior staff member on the Northeastern University Law Journal.
News & Insights
- Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2014-2016
Education & Admissions
Northeastern University School of Law, J.D., 2012
Bowdoin College, B.A., 2006
In the Community
Matt has been involved in Nutter’s Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program, in which he has successfully represented veterans challenging the denial of military medical benefits by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2014-2016