Meet the licensed attorney…
Matthew W. Camphuis obtained his Juris Doctor from Trinity Law School in Orange County, CA and passed the California Bar on his first attempt. At commencement, he was voted top of his class by the faculty, nominating him a model attorney. He was a member of Trinity Law Review and is a published law review article author. You can read his published article by clicking here.
He subsequently earned a Master of Legal Studies in Human Rights and volunteered at the Trinity Law School Center for Human Rights.
He’s an excellent writer and cares deeply for seeking justice. He’s a member of the California Lawyers Association, among other associations, Section in Trust and Estate Planning and Tax.
Matthew started his career working for a large tax debt resolution firm in Irvine, CA. He also has experience in personal injury, employment law, estate planning, and workers compensation defense. Matthew then made the transition from tax to workers’ compensation defense. While working for a workers compensation defense firm, Matthew realized that he didn’t feel satisfied. It was important to him that he felt like he was helping people, and defending insurance companies didn’t seem like the right fit. It wasn’t long until Matthew decided to leave that firm to build his own firm full time. He made it his aim to help consumers, like individuals and small businesses (the underdogs). He hopes to make a difference in people’s lives for the better.
Matthew is a licensed attorney by the Supreme Court of California and the United States District Court for the Central District of California, and the United States Tax Court. He is a member of professional associations such as the National Association of Tax Professionals, Tax Rep Network, Complete Bankruptcy, the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, and the National Notary Association,
Matthew is also a volunteer pro-bono attorney with Inland Counties Legal Services (ICLS) serving people from San Bernardino and Riverside Counties as part of the Consumer Team and their Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC). The Consumer Team helps individuals and families with low income regarding tax debt issues and bankruptcy. If you are low-income and live in the Inland Empire please visit https://www.inlandlegal.org/ for more information on pro-bono legal services. Matthew is also an Allied Attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom, where he helps defend religious liberties through pro-bono representation, research, and public outreach.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and family, going to the gym, attending church, playing video games, reading, and training mixed martial arts.
Civil and Human Rights