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Attorney Keith G. Langer – Serving Wrentham, Walpole & Franklin, MA

Attorney Keith G. Langer is a solo practitioner concentrating on civil litigation, animal law and administrative law, such as zoning law, licenses and permits around Wrentham, Walpole & Franklin, MA. He also has extensive experience in firearms law and collections and can help with your family law case.

Attorney Langer seeks to provide individuals, companies and organizations with cost-effective legal services to ensure the protection of their rights and property. He is located in Wrentham, MA, and also serves Walpole, Franklin, and surrounding areas.

"I am committed to providing guidance and timely personal service to my clients."

Why Choose Attorney Langer?

Attorney Keith G. Langer has been in practice since 1995, providing Wrentham, Walpole and Franklin, MA clients with personal service, ready accessibility and zealous advocacy. 

The legal system subjects those involved in it to time-consuming and complex procedures. Those who enter into civil litigation without professional guidance can easily become overwhelmed. Mistakes can be made easily, but rectified only with great difficulty, if at all. 

Retain the services of Keith G. Langer, Attorney at Law, to assist you in protecting your property, asserting your interests and defending your rights in Norfolk County and surrounding areas.


Your Time May Be Limited!

If you are a defendant in a civil suit, you have a specific period of time in which to file an answer. Failure to do so can result in a default judgment being issued against you. Failure to timely submit responses to discovery requests can also negatively affect your case. Those named as defendants in criminal cases via clerk magistrate or “show cause” hearings must appear, or the complaint will issue against them. Those seeking to appeal a negative action, such as a firearms license denial or revocation, denial of a permit, or losing a case at trial, all have specific time periods in which to act. Do not lose your rights by inertia or delay.

Act Now!

The law is an area in which inertia can have very negative consequences: The loss of rights and remedies. It is unlikely that your problem will just “go away” - act now to protect yourself and preserve your options.