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About Attorney Elder…

Attorney Elder graduated from the New England School of Law where he was a symposium editor for the New England Journal on Civil and Criminal Confinement. 

Following graduation he refined his legal and negotiating skills while working for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops and Detroit Symphony. 

He is a member of the American Bar Association, Plymouth District Bar Association, Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce and the National Eagle Scout Association.

 


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Attorney Keith C. Elder offers a wide range of legal services ranging from divorce and custodial issues to modification of divorce agreements and general legal services.

Navigating today's legal system demands that you have professional, effective representation that will give you the results you need. The Law Office of Keith C. Elder offers a breadth and depth of legal knowledge to handle a variety of legal matters.

Our free initial consultation offers our law office the opportunity to become familiar with your case. From your initial free consultation to the successful completion of your case, you'll see why the Law Office of Keith C. Elder has fast become the areas top choice for legal representation. If we feel we can solve your problem, our staff will assist you every step of the way. For more information, please Contact Us. You can also submit an Online Information Request. We are here. We will help.

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