About Craig Snyder

Craig is a capable and knowledgeable young lawyer with experience providing legal services to individuals and families in Worcester County, Middlesex County, and throughout Massachusetts.  He is motivated by the satisfaction of helping individuals and families navigate difficult times and helping them to plan ahead for the changes and challenges of life.

Craig works with clients in the complex areas of estate planning, nursing home planning, probate and trust administration, and related legal services.  He is skilled in helping his clients to understand and navigate these complex processes and strives to make them as easy and efficient as possible for his clients.

During his career Craig has gained experience with many different complicated matters that individuals and families face, including divorce, child custody and child support disputes, child welfare and child protection matters, and other areas of litigation.  From these experiences Craig has developed a strong sense of empathy and compassion for his clients and has learned the value that an expert can bring to individuals and families when navigating unfamiliar matters.

Craig strives to build relationships with his clients and to never treat a client as just another legal case.  He cares deeply about his clients and always seeks to improve the lives of the people with whom he works.

Craig is a graduate of Mitchell Hamline School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, and earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Worcester State University.  Outside of work, he is an avid theatergoer and can be found many weekends enjoying shows at the Hanover Theater.  As a lifelong resident of Worcester County, Craig is a huge fan of the Worcester restaurant scene and loves to talk about his newest favorite place.  He also has a deep affection for pets of all types and always enjoys sharing pictures of his cat, Minerva, and his bird, Loki.  More than anything, Craig enjoys spending time with his family and friends.


  • Mitchell Hamline School of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Worcester State University, Worcester, Massachusetts

Bar Admission

  • Massachusetts, 2021

Professional Associations

  • Massachusetts Bar Association, 2021 to present
  • Worcester County Bar Association, 2021 to present
  • Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association, 2021 to present