U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts

    U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit

    United States Supreme Court


    Massachusetts Super Lawyer, 2012 - present

    Boston Globe’s 2015 Top Rated Lawyers of 2015

    In 2014, recognized by Boston Magazine as one of the top women attorneys in Massachusetts and by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as one of its Top Women of Law

    Martindale Hubbell Rated “AV” (Preeminent) 5.0

    New York University Founders Day Award, Alexander Schluger Award


    American Inns of Court—

    Massachusetts Family and Probate American Inn of Court, Founding Member and Past Board Member

    Massachusetts American Inn of Court: President, 2012-2013; Board of Directors, 2013-2014; Chair, By-Laws Committee, 2013-2014

    American Inns of Court Foundation, Washington, D.C.: Trustee, 2010-2014; Board of Directors, 2010-2014; Executive Committee Member, 2012-2014; First Circuit Advisory Committee; Formed Family Law Inn Alliance, 2012

    Delegate for Amity Visit to Middle Temple Inn in London, 2011

    Organized Joint Meeting for the four Boston American Inns of Court held in honor of Chief Justice Margaret H. Marshall, 2010

    New York University Lawyer Alumni Mentoring Program, Board of Trustees

    Volunteer Lawyers Program, Boston Bar Association


    Member, Mayor’s Committee for the Newton Free Library

    Mayor’s Representative, Design Review Committee for the Newton Free Library

    Board Member, Wayland Public Schools Foundation

    Board of Selectmen Representative to the Master Plan Study Advisory Committee, Wayland, MA

    President, Fessenden Parents Association


    Regina has a lifelong interest in the work of the early Italian Renaissance artist, Lorenzo Monaco.

Regina Snow Mandl, Partner

Regina Snow Mandl has over 27 years of experience specializing in family law, estate planning and probate administration, and probate litigation. The focus of her career has been to strive for excellence in the delivery of personal law services to individuals and families. While fully prepared to go to court when necessary, she believes that most matters can be resolved through settlement be it through the traditional structure of negotiation with independent counsel, or a form of alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or collaborative law.

Family Law

Regina’s practice covers a wide range of family law matters including: divorces, pre-marital and post-marital agreements, modifications, contempt orders, restraining orders, custody disputes, guardianships, and conservatorships.

Estate Planning, Trusts and Probate

Regina offers clients a comprehensive estate plan, including:  wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney, health care proxies, HIPAA releases, and a declaration of homestead. When the time comes, Regina will efficiently guide her clients through the process of probating the estate.

Probate & Trust Litigation

Regina will counsel clients who engage in mediation and collaborative law. However, she understands that this does not always work. When this happens and alternative dispute resolution is not viable, Regina represents clients in contested family law and probate litigation matters, including divorces, will contests, claims against the estate, guardianships, and petitions to partition real estate.

Regina has a particular knowledge of inherited property cases in divorce, and has handled divorce cases involving family assets of $25,000,000.

News& Knowledge

  • Member of the Delegation, American Inns of Court Amity Visit to the Middle Temple Inn, London, England, September, 2011
  • Formed the Family Law Inn Alliance, American Inns of Court, 2012
  • Team leader, breakout group, Symposium on the Status of the Legal Profession, American Inns Of Court, April, 2011
  • Judged Vermont Law School competition sponsored by the two Vermont American Inns of Court; and invited to speak on mentoring, April, 2012
  • Organized joint meeting of the four Boston area American Inns of Court, honoring Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Margaret Marshall, November, 2011
  • Hearing Officer, Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers, (September 2002-August 2008)
  • “Estate Planning Tips for Parents of Divorcing Children,” Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (December 16, 2002).
  • “An Overview of the Law of Advance Directives: How Massachusetts Answered the Call,” Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, Vol. XXVI, (Number 1, 1993)
  • R. Snow, “Lorenzo Monaco: The Bourgeois Monk,” Vol. XI Historian 35 (May, 1970).

Legal Alerts

  • Memorandum to Clients and Friends, 2013 Child Support Guidelines
  • Memorandum to Clients and Friends, Massachusetts Alimony Reform Act, February, 2012
  • Memorandum to Clients and Friends, Retirement and Other Beneficiary Designations, February 12, 2009, in light of Kennedy v. Plan Administrator for DuPont Savings and Investment Plan, et. al., decided January 26, 2009, No. 07-636.