Mindy J. Snyder
Mindy Snyder has concentrated her practice on domestic relations/family law matters for 30 years, and handles a variety of issues including divorce, child custody, child support, alimony/spousal support, protection from abuse, adoption, grandparents’ rights and pre-nuptial agreements. She is a skillful, compassionate and experienced advocate on behalf of her clients whether it is helping her clients to negotiate a fair resolution or litigating the case before a court.
Ms. Snyder is a lifelong resident of Bucks County. She graduated from Neshaminy Maple Point in 1982 and went on to receive her Bachelor of Arts in History from Penn State University in 1986. She received her Juris Doctorate in 1989 from Benjamin Cardoza School of Law, which is part of Yeshiva University in New York City. She is admitted to practice before the Pennsylvania State Bar, New Jersey State Bar, and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. She has continuously practiced law primarily in Bucks County, and surrounding counties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey since 1989.
Ms. Snyder is an active member and participant of the Family Law Division of the Bucks County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Through this participation, and involvement with the Family Law Committees, she maintains the knowledge and keeps up to date on all developing case law, statutory changes and trends in matrimonial law.
In appreciation of her legal knowledge and skills, Ms. Snyder has been recognized as “Top Attorneys” in Suburban Life Magazine and was named as one of the “Superwomen” by the same publication. She has been recognized in by her peers with a Very High Rating in both Legal Ability and Ethical Standards by the legal resource, Martindale-Hubbell. In addition, Ms. Snyder publishes articles quarterly in the Bucks County Women’s Journal on topical issues of family law.
- Family Law
- Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, 1989
- Admitted to practice in New Jersey, 1989
- District Court of New Jersey – Federal Court, 1989
- Eastern District of Pennsylvania – Federal Court, 1992
- The Pennsylvania State University
- Yeshiva University, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York, New York
- Pennsylvania Bar Association