Democrats endorse Leamon to run for regional probate judge
Democrats have endorsed attorney Elizabeth Ladwig Leamon of Stonington as their candidate for Probate Judge for the Southeastern Connecticut Regional Probate District.
The court serves Groton, Ledyard, North Stonington and Stonington.
Leamon is a partner in the firm of Leckerling, Ladwig & Leamon LLC of Madison and Pawcatuck, where she practices in the areas of estate planning, estate settlement and probate matters.
Leamon graduated from Connecticut College and earned her law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law. From 2002-03 she worked as a law clerk for Connecticut Supreme Court Justice Richard N. Palmer.
“If elected, I will be able resolve the complex issues that come before probate court. I believe my many years of legal experience and my lifelong ties to the community uniquely position me for the job. I am passionate about serving this region and helping families, the elderly and children,” she said in a release announcing her endorsement by the party.
Leamon said she will be announcing a series of “meet and greet” events throughout the district.
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