US District Court, District of Massachusetts, 2012
New England School of Law, Boston, MA, Juris Doctorate
UMASS Lowell, B.A., cum laude
Massachusetts Real Estate Broker’s License
Massachusetts Title Insurance Agent License
Massachusetts Notary Public
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce, Member
Real Estate Bar Association of Massachusetts, Member
Pepperell Business Association, Member
Northern Middlesex Bar Association, Member
Kristine S. Symonds received her Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from the New England School of Law, and BA,
cum laude, from UMASS Lowell. Upon graduating from law school, Kristine joined the law firm of
Sheldon Law Offices, P.C.
Attorney Symonds’ primary areas of concentration are in real estate matters and personal injury.
As a real estate attorney, Kristine provides representation of buyers, seller and lenders in residential transactions. She also represents land owners, developers and builders in
all aspects of land use and permitting, including representation before municipal planning, zoning
and licensing boards and conservation commissions.
Attorney Symonds worked as a title examiner for nearly ten years prior to becoming an attorney, and as
an experienced real estate lawyer, residential land developer and real estate broker, she has a comprehensive
understanding of all phases of real estate practice. Attorney Symonds is also experienced in conservation planning and grants of environmental restrictions.
In addition, Attorney Symonds has 24 years’ experience representing accident and injury victims resulting
from auto accidents, work-related accidents — including workers compensation and third party liability
claims — social security disability claims, premises liability and construction site accidents, slip and
fall, products liability and claims agains private parties as well as municipal and federal entities.
Attorney Symonds is also experienced in estate planning and probate, including drafting of wills, trusts,
powers of attorney, health care proxies, living wills and the probate and settlement of estates.