Elizabeth L. Leamon

Leckerling Ladwig & Leamon LLC
Madison Connecticut 06443

MAKE A CONNECTION Elizabeth L. Leamon is accepting messages: Send Message
Get Directions View On Larger Map

Contact Information

Law Firm Name
Leckerling Ladwig & Leamon LLC
23 Woodland Rd
Madison, Connecticut, 06443
United States

Company Details

About Elizabeth L. Leamon

A member of Leckerling Ladwig & Leamon LLC, Elizabeth L. Leamon is dedicated to serving clients in the eastern shoreline areas of New London, Old Saybrook, Essex, and Branford, Connecticut. From the firm's office in Madison, she focuses her practice on estate planning and administration, assisting her clients with the preparation of wills and trusts, business succession plans, asset protection and charitable giving. She was recently elected to serve as Judge of Probate for the Southeastern CT Regional Probate Court beginning her term in September 2021.

Ms. Leamon graduated cum laude with her Bachelor of Arts from Connecticut College in 1989, selected to Phi Beta Kappa honor society, and went on to earn a Master of Arts from New York University in 1992. In 2002, Ms. Leamon was awarded her Juris Doctor with honors from the University of Connecticut School of Law. After serving a year's clerkship with an associate justice on the Connecticut Supreme Court, she entered private practice and was associated with two well-known firms before joining her current one. Ms. Leamon is admitted to practice before all Connecticut state courts as well as before the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut.

A member of the Connecticut Bar Association, Ms. Leamon is a former member of the executive committee of that organization's Estates & Probate Section. She is also a member of the Trust, Estates & Probate Committee of the New Haven County Bar Association and an active participant in the American Bar Association.

Ms. Leamon actively shares her knowledge with other attorneys through her frequent contributions to legal publications. In 2011, she co-authored a chapter on state transfer tax systems for "The ABA Practical Guide to Estate Planning". In 2009, she wrote an article for the Connecticut Bar Association Estates & Probate Newsletter. She presents publicly on probate practice and procedure and legacy planning.ÿ Active in her community as well, she is a trustee for the Stonington Free Library and Commissioner on the Stonington Housing Authority, former member of the board of Women & Family Life Center, Inc.

Write About You And Your Law Firm