Experience matters, so vote Beth Leamon
Experience matters in the probate court. In deciding sensitive personal and family matters, it is important to have a judge with a deep understanding of the law, unimpeachable integrity, and a profound sense of empathy. That is why I am voting for Beth Leamon as judge of probate for Connecticut’s 30th District.
Beth has practiced law for nearly 20 years, 12 of which have been exclusively dedicated to probate. She has provided a voice for our most vulnerable citizens including children, elderly and people with disabilities. She understands the complex dynamics that accompany probate proceedings, having guided hundreds of families through the system in delicate matters of inheritance, legal capacity, and guardianship. While empathetic, Beth does not shy away from tough topics and provides her clients with straightforward counsel to ensure they have all the information, both positive and negative, before deciding on a way forward.
Beth is a life-long resident of the area and understands the challenges of our community and its residents. By electing her as judge of probate we can be assured that our most private matters will be treated with respect, dignity, and fairness. Join me in voting for Beth.
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