Meet Frank Morris

Frank Morris AttorneyFrank Morris II began practicing law in 1995 while pursuing his master’s degree in corporate law at the University of New York. He became fascinated with bankruptcy law and corporate restructuring while pursuing his LLM degree in Law. While pursuing an advanced degree in law he opened his practice as a general law practice and served clients throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia. The firm’s major practice areas evolved to representing Marylanders and residents of the District of Columbia in matters involving bankruptcy and serious personal injury. Frank Morris II has helped thousands of homeowners save their homes from foreclosure and reorganize their finances. He has helped many clients recover financially, build wealth and wipe away billions of dollars in bad debt. Frank Morris II recognizes that while many clients in bankruptcy work hard to succeed sometimes they get derailed. This often happens when they become injured due to someone else’s negligence. To protect client’s ability to recover financially Frank Morris II has fought to hold those negligent responsible. He has recovered millions of dollars for those injured in auto accidents or other misfortunes due to the negligence of another. He received his Juris Doctorate degree from North Carolina Central University in 1994. He was a member of the Dean’s list, law journal, moot court board and moot court champion. Frank Morris II continues to work tirelessly for his clients and he does not stop until the client goals have been successfully achieved. Frank Morris II is a member of the District of Columbia Bar Association, Prince George’s County Bar Association, the Maryland Bankruptcy Bar Association and the National Bar Association where he is currently serving as chairman of the bankruptcy law section. Frank Morris II serves in the community by volunteering his time with Community Legal Services and Pro Bono Resource. As a member of the First Baptist Church of Glenarden, Frank Morris II participates in its outreach programs and the legal ministry. Frank Morris II is a participant in the Ask-A-Lawyer program at the First Baptist Church of Glenarden where he regularly speaks to the community and provides one-on-one consultations regarding debt relief, financial planning and foreclosure prevention. Frank Morris II also participates with the Marlboro boys and girls club athletic program where he serves as a baseball coach.


  • Maryland (1994)
  • Maryland Court of Appeals (1994)
  • Maryland Bankruptcy Court (1995)
  • United States District Court, District of Maryland (1995)
  • District of Columbia (1997)
  • United States District and Bankruptcy Court, District of Columbia (1997)
  • District of Columbia Court of Appeals (1997)


  • District of Columbia Bar Association
  • Prince George’s County Bar Association
  • National Bar Association
  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • Bankruptcy Bar Association of Maryland