Divorce with Military Retirement or Federal Civil Service Retirement Benefits involved?Extensive trial experience in complex assets, military and federal retirement benefits division.A 2015 Georgia Super Lawyer in Family Law and 40 years of legal experience in Family Law."Knowledge is Power" when you are addressing Military Retirement benefits in a divorce.
|FL||Member in Good Standing||1994||07/18/2017|
|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||1974||06/03/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer||Thomson Reuters||2017|
|Super Lawyer||Thomson Reuters||2016|
|Super Lawyer||Thomson Reuters||2015|
|AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5 Peer Review Rated||Martindale-Hubbell||2014|
|Marshall-Tuttle Award for Service to the Military Community||Georgia Military Legal Assistance Committee||2014|
|Military Community Service||Georgia Board of Governors||2011|
|Fellow of Lawyers Foundation of Georgia||Georgia Bar Association||2006|
|Meritorious Service Medal||Department of Defense||1993|
|Scholastic Honor Society||Phi Kappa Phi||1971|
|Outstanding Graduate Turner School of Business||President, Auburn University||1971|
|Owner||John Camp Law, LLC||2016 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|William Augustus Bootle Inn of Court||Master||2012 - Present|
|State Bar of Georgia, Military/Veterans Law Section||Section Chair||2012 - Present|
|The Air Force Judge Advocates Association||Member||1997 - Present|
|Florida Bar||Member||1994 - Present|
|American Bar Association||Member||1974 - Present|
|Parker v. Parker, 293 Ga. 300, 745 S.E.2d 605 (2013)||Trial Court's child support order was successfully appealed and Mr. Camp's client prevailed in how mother's sharing of boarding schools expenses were in lieu of paying the other parent child support|
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|ABA Family Law Quarterly, Vol. 43, No. 2, Summer 2009, pp 227-300||Healthcare Options for Former Military Spouses: TRICARE and Continued Healthcare Benefits Program (CHCBP)||2009|
|Institute for Police Science, Institute of Government, University of Georgia||Georgia Search and Seizure Law for Law Enforcement Officers||1974|
|Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution||Registry No. 2189||Registered Mediator & Arbitrator||2005|
|Air War College||Strategic Studies in Air Power||Certificate||1988|
|University of Georgia||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1974|
|Auburn University||Economics||BS in Business Administration||1971|
|Illinois State Bar Association and ABA Family Law Section Meeting||Military Family Law "Tips and Traps": Military Pension Division||2008|
|2006 Georgia Mid-Year Bar Conference||Recent Developments in Family Law Affecting Military Personnel||2006|
|23rd Annual Famil Law Institute||Military and Federal Retirement and Benefits Isssues, Recent Developments and Trial Practice||2005|
|Family Law Practice Seminar||Military and Federal Civil Service Retirement Issues in Divorce||2004|
|Nuts & Bolts of Family Law||A Primer for Family Law Practitioners in Federal Retirements--Part II: Military Divorce||2003|
|Nuts & Bolts of Family Law||A Primer for Family Law Practitioners in Federal Retirements--Part I: Federal Civil Service||2002|
Posted by Rhonda
As I was moving forward in my divorce proceedings, my attorney put me in contact with Mr. Camp to handle the Military/Civil Service portion of my divorce. Mr. Camp really is an expert in Military and Civil Service divorce issues. He was able to help me figure out the intricacies of my Military and Civil Service entitlements, pension division, survivor benefits, and especially healthcare. He was quickly responsive to my many questions and inquiries. When things would start to get complicated, he had a plethora of contacts who were able to make things happen on my behalf. As far as I'm concerned, Mr. Camp is the “go to guy” for Military or Civil Service divorce issues in Georgia. I highly recommend him to help others who are in similar situations and who are in need of an expert that they can count on to bring about a timely and positive resolution on their behalf.
Posted by anonymous
I hired a Mr. Camp in July 2008, to handle my divorce. He made me feel so comfortable and that I made the best choice in an attorney. Mr. Camp, handled my divorce case, and my Modification of Child Support Case. He will make you feel as if you are his only client and he has your best interest at heart.
He is well diverse in Military Law/ Divorces. His knowledge and expertise speaks volumes. Mr. Camp, keeps you well informed about your case and every thing that is going on. I continue to go through things with me ex and Mr. Camp continues to be my attorney. When he gives me advise, he gives me all possible outcomes. He guides me in making the correct decision and not one that just benefits him and gets him paid.
His knowledge of Military Law and Military Divorces is outstanding!!!
Mr. Camp is a GOD sent blessing to me!
His is the BEST at his job!!!!
Posted by Beth
John Camp is very knowledgable and profession and a pleasure to work with. His knowledge of military and divorce law is excellent and he knows the intricies of this complicated law. He is easy to talk to and gave me hope that I was not seeking answers in vain.
John has worked well as a consultant for military law and I know that he would be as competent in a court room representing a client as a primary lawyer.
I would recommend him and rehire him in a minute.
Kenneth Johnson, Divorce and separation Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I have had the privilege of knowing John Camp as a fellow member of the Georgia Family Law Bar for many years. John is the go-to guy when you have a question involving military benefits in a divorce. As a family lawyer, he is knowledgeable, conscientious, ethical, and a zealous advocate for his clients. I endorse John without reservation.