Vince Camacho is a principal in the firm’s Guam law office. His practice includes a range of matters including administrative law, business formation, corporate law, consumer and commercial banking, estate planning, government procurement, land use, and probate. In addition to his law degree, Mr. Camacho has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accountancy and a Master’s degree in Business Administration.
Administrative Law. Mr. Camacho assists clients in navigating through the government administrative processes to obtain licenses and permits required in Guam. He has advocated for clients in administrative hearings before the Guam Contractor’s Licensing Board, the Guam Board of Professional Engineers, Architects and Land Surveyors (PEALS), and the Guam Public Utilities Commission.
Business Formation and Dissolutions. Mr. Camacho consults and guides clients in business formation, preparation of business documents (e.g., articles of incorporation, bylaws, partnership agreements, and operating agreements) and walks clients through the sometimes complicated governmental processes to obtain required licenses to conduct business in Guam. He also consults and guides clients through the process of dissolving their business entities.
Consumer and Commercial Banking. Mr. Camacho consults and provides advice to banking and other financial institutions relative to Guam’s Uniform Consumer Credit Code. He represents banking and other financing institutions in matters relating to bankruptcy filings.
Estate Planning. Mr. Camacho consults and advises clients in preparing estate plans ranging from the simple will to more complex trusts with multiple sub-trusts. He recently represented and advised trustees ad litem in litigation relative to a charitable trust.
Government Procurement. Mr. Camacho consults and advises a number of clients in navigating the government procurement process. He has successfully represented government contractors at all levels of the protest process (i.e., agency protests, appeals before the Office of Public Accountability, and in the Superior Court of Guam). He also represents and advises a Guam government agency against aggrieved contractors.
Pensions and Retirement Plans. Mr. Camacho consults trustees and fiduciaries in connection with the administration of employee pension and retirement plans.
Prior Work Experience
Prior to practicing law, Mr. Camacho worked at Deloitte (accounting) in various capacities. At Deloitte, he gained extensive experience in all areas of public accounting such as audit, tax, and management consulting, and, notably, in the development of retirement plans for clients. The deep skill and experience he gained afforded him the opportunity to manage the operations of a national financial services provider for the subsequent ten years.
In addition to his work experience, Mr. Camacho has dedicated himself to giving back to the community in a number of ways. He successfully garnered a seat to serve on the Guam Consolidated Commission on Utilities “CCU,” a board which oversees the Guam Power and Guam Waterworks Authorities. He served as the CCU’s Treasurer and Secretary during his tenure. Mr. Camacho also served on the Board and Executive Committee of Sanctuary Inc., a local non-profit organization established to provide assistance to children and families in need of shelter and training to become independent citizens.
- Guam Bar Association
- Guam Chamber of Commerce – Armed Forces Committee
- Guam Contractors Association