CHLOÉ TAYLOR LANGER is a partner of Henry & Giardina, LLP. She has practiced law in the State of Connecticut since 2005.
Attorney Langer practices in the areas of estate planning, estate and trust administration, probate litigation and real estate. She provides tailored advice on the transfer of assets during life and at death. She guides her clients through the estate administration process in the Connecticut Probate Courts and represents clients in will contests and other probate litigation matters in the Connecticut Probate and Superior Courts. Attorney Langer also represents purchasers and sellers in residential real estate matters. She strives to provide clear, comprehensive and personalized legal counsel to her clients during these important life events.
Attorney Langer graduated cum laude with a BA in English Literature from Skidmore College and obtained her JD from Quinnipiac University School of Law. Prior to joining Henry & Giardina, LLP, Attorney Langer’s practice focused on civil litigation including medical malpractice defense, premises and liquor liability and workers’ compensation. She has tried cases in the State and Federal Courts of Connecticut.
Attorney Langer was born in London, England and raised in Southbury, Connecticut. She now lives in Middlebury, Connecticut with her husband and two young sons. She proudly serves as a member of the Boards of Sun, Moon & Stars, Inc., a non-profit dedicated to providing programs and support to the local Autism community, Jane Doe No More, a non-profit dedicated to empowering survivors of sexual crimes to find their voice, advance their healing and educate others, and the Woodbury Library Foundation, Inc., a non-profit dedicated to supporting the Woodbury Public Library. In her spare time she enjoys running, reading and cooking.