|Attorney||Sandnato Law||2008 - Present|
|Manager||Computershare||2007 - 2008|
|Senior Associate||True Partners Consulting||2005 - 2006|
|Director of Compliance and Audit, Unclaimed Property Division||MA State Treasury||1996 - 2004|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Boston Bar Association||N/A||2000 - Present|
|Norfolk County Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts||N/A||N/A|
|New England Law Boston||Taxation||Juris Doctorate||2004|
|Bridgewater State University||Economics and Psychology||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1995|
|Unclaimed Property Reporting||Unclaimed Property||2004|
|Tailings Demystified||Massachusetts Tailings Legislation||2004|
Posted by anonymous
My personal experience with Marco was exactly what you'd want it to be. I contacted him, he gave me a fair and realistic expectation of how my case might go, and he got it DONE! I did not have to do any legwork (he did everything) and he got me a result that put me at great ease - I was extremely stressed but his advice and presence was absolutely critical.
My issue was that I needed to disentangled my daughter from some sublease tenants and it was a delicate matter involving roommates. Of course, as a dad I wanted someone who was perfectly capable with no margin for error.
Marco's charges are very reasonable, and I'm very happy that I worked with him though I had other options.
In retrospect I would have done nothing differently, except perhaps called Marco earlier ! I realized that a great attorney can really go an incredibly long way.
Marco also has the benefit of having a lot of incredible experience in the Boston Housing market.
Marco is a great value and I personally am very happy that I dealt with him. I would not hesitate to recommend him, though I do have very high standards.
Posted by anonymous
I approached Marco Sandonato for some pretty typical issues for my small business: employment contracts, a manufacturing agreement, and general legal questions regarding products I am selling.
Marco never did what he said he would. For ever single piece of paperwork, I had to first go online to find a sample contract or form, which I would give to him to review. He gave many excuses, and few changes were ever made to those sample documents. At face to face meetings he would look at files like he hadn't read them in a week.
For the employment agreement I hired him to write, he finally made edits to the sample contract I found online by calling my office and having my assistant make changes to the document while he dictated on the phone. Completely unacceptable.