D.C. and Maryland Personal Injury and Bankruptcy Attorney

Frank Morris II 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 as well as moot court champion.  Frank Morris continued his legal education at New York University. After graduating with a Master of Law degree in Corporate Law from New York University Frank Morris II founded his law practice in 1995.  He represented small business startups and families in many matters that small businesses would commonly face.  These matters ranged from corporate structure, tax planning, debt restructuring, estate planning, divorce & custody, bankruptcy and helping victims injured due to someone else’s negligence.  The practice evolved to a concentration in Foreclosure Prevention, Debt Relief, and Protecting individuals seriously injured in accidents.  Frank Morris II has helped thousands of Maryland and DC residents save their homes from foreclosure and get out of millions of dollars in debt.  He has represented the seriously injured with compassion, courage and outstanding service.  Frank Morris has recovered millions for his seriously injured clients.  Frank Morris is a member of the DC Bar Association, Prince George’s County Bar Association, National Bar Association, and the Maryland Bankruptcy Bar Association. Frank Morris 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 Attorney Morris participates in its outreach programs and the legal ministry.  Attorney Morris is a participant in the Ask-A-Lawyer program at the First Baptist Church of Glenarden where he holds one-on-one consultations regarding financial, foreclosure, loan modifications and mediation alternatives. Attorney Morris also participates with the Marlboro boys and girls club athletic program.


  • Obtained a complete dismissal of a lawsuit against a defendant consumer who was sued for a $12,000 debt.
  • Vacated a default judgment and attained a complete refund of all wages garnished.
  • Settled a $30,400 debt for $10,500.
  • Settled trucking accident for $250,000
  • Settled motorcycle accident for $130,000
  • Settled dog bite claim for $101,000


  • 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 Bankruptcy Bar Association

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