Judge Ted LeBlanc has filed for re-election as Judge of the Orphans’ Court for Calvert County. LeBlanc was initially elected in 2014 and is currently serving a four year term.
LeBlanc has been a private attorney in Calvert County since 1996 and his law firm, LeBlanc Law, is located immediately next to the Circuit Courthouse, which is where the Orphans’ Court is located.
“The Orphans’ Court is Maryland’s Probate Court. We ensure that decedents’ estates are administered in accordance with the law. The amount of money that passes through the Orphans’ Court is in the millions, some estates alone are 8 figures. It is very important that the job is done right,” said LeBlanc.
As Judge of the Orphans’ Court, LeBlanc was appointed by Maryland’s Chief Judge, Mary Barbera, to serve on the Conference Of Orphans’ Court Judges. “The Conference Of Orphans’ Court Judges meets 4 to 5 times a year in Annapolis. We review Orphans’ Court policies, operations, and proposed legislation.”
“It has been my honor to serve as a Judge of the Orphans’ Court for Calvert County, to be a member of the Maryland Judiciary, and to represent the people of Calvert County. I look forward to continuing to serve,” said LeBlanc.
A resident of Dowell, LeBlanc is married to his wife Carol.
The primary election will be June 26 and the general election will be November 6.