Get to Know…Camille Ford

In our third “Get to Know” post of the series, we are finally featuring one of our attorneys! You really can’t know Camille without liking her. She has a laid back, warm presence about her, which she often uses to hide her intelligence and sharp wit. We are very lucky to have her at Davis, Davis & Associates spearheading our probate department. Let’s dive in and get to know, Camille Ford. 

Where are you from and what brought you to the Eastern Shore?

It’s an unpopular fact about me to y’all Eastern Shore folks, but other than my seven years of college/law school I’ve always been, and still am, a Mobilian.  I certainly enjoy the Eastern Shore though!   

Tell us about your hobbies and/or a little about your family life. 

I have 3 kids still at home so most of my free time involves their activities, but I do enjoy walking with friends when I can and having dinner dates with my husband on the rare occasion!

How would you describe your role with the firm and how long have you been working here? 

I mainly help families with probate after a loved one dies.  I also do some estate planning work as well as Guardianships and Conservatorships.  I’ve been at the firm since 2003.  

What motivates you?  

In my work life, just about all of my clients are grieving in some form or fashion. I really try to come up with the best plan to make the job of probate as efficient as possible to make a stressful time less so. 

Do you have a favorite song or music genre? 

80s on 8 

In your opinion, what makes Davis, Davis & Associates a unique work environment to you? 

It’s just nice people in a laid back atmosphere

Where did you get your education?

St. Paul’s High School, Mobile, AL

University of Virginia, BA in Economics 

University of Alabama, JD

And last, but not least, every interviewee has to tell us what their guilty pleasure is. 

I guess I’m boring but it’s a delicious meal, a good walk, and then on the couch watching Ted Lasso.  

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