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Julie A. Camden

Julie A. Camden is a partner at Camden & Meridew, P.C.  She is licensed in Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan.  She concentrates her practice in the areas of tax and litigation.  Julie enjoys jury trials.  Julie has litigated numerous cases in the areas of: family law, automobile cases, bad checks, mortgage foreclosure defenses, and debt settlement.  Julie is very driven, and tries to resolve cases as quickly as possible.

In Julie’s spare time, she enjoys laying tile (or most construction work), bowling, and helping children.  She currently volunteers as a guardian ad litem for Kids’ Voice.  She has hosted seven exchange students from Germany, Finland, Denmark, and Switzerland, including Maggie Lightener, Louise Breuninger, Michael Stork, Max Jaenisch, Juho Kyyhkynen, Eva Wingaard, and Benoit Sierro

Julie is married to Steve, has a daughter Rochelle, and two step-children, Claire and Chris. Julie has a daughter-in-law, Tiffany, and one grandchild, Ariana.

Areas of Practice

  • Tax
  • Bankruptcy
  • Litigation
  • Family law

Education

  • Juris Doctor, 2006 Michigan State University College
  • Butler University – Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
    • One of three individuals having a 3.75 GPA at commencement
  • Ball State University – Architectural Student on the Presidential Scholarship

Bar Admissions

  • Indiana Supreme Court
  • Illinois Supreme Court
  • Michigan Supreme Court
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana
  • United States Tax Court
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit

Bar Associations

  • Indianapolis Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Indiana State Bar Association Indiana Trial Lawyers Association
  • Family Law Section
  • GP, Solo, and Small Firm Section

Honors & Achievements

  • First Place Nationally in the American Bar Association’s “Tax Challenge”
  • Full scholarship to Ball State University’s Architectural School
  • Dean’s List and Honor Roll in both undergraduate and Law School

Community Affiliations and Involvement

  • National Conference of Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA)
  • Kids Voice Guardian Ad Litem Volunteer
  • Indianapolis Children’s Choir Volunteer (2003-2008)
  • Judge Pro Tempore, Marion Superior Court
  • Better Business Member 1998-2005
  • National Independent Auto Dealers Association Member 1998-2005
  • Indiana Independent Auto Dealers Association Member 2000-2005

Publications & Lectures

  • Lecturer at Butler University from 1998-2005 “Automobile buying and Leasing for Graduating Seniors.”
  • Published in the Lansing Bar Journal, “Tax Consequences of the Mileage Deduction with the IRS.”