Morgan Fisher is often the first choice for individuals facing financial distress in Maryland. He primarily represents consumers, family farms and small businesses in chapter 7, 11, 12 and 13 cases. Morgan never shies away from litigating his bankruptcy cases but always does so in a cost-effective and resourceful manner. He understands his clients’ problems and works with them to develop both short-term and long-term objectives. Morgan brings a progressive and modern approach to bankruptcy that results in significant savings for clients looking to restructure. Although Morgan takes on many cases with difficult issues requiring complex solutions, he also represents Maryland consumers that are simply in need of a fresh start. Every client is equally important and treated with respect and compassion. In 2016, Morgan was named to Super Lawyers Maryland for his work in Bankruptcy.
Representative cases in 2015
In re Summer Wind Farm, LLC
(Chapter 12 Reorganization of a 121 acre horse farm seeking to restructure secured obligations.)
In re Deep Creek Brewing Company, LLC
(Successful 363 sale of restaurant encumbered by $8,000,000 of liens)
Hughes v. Nationstar, et al.,
($240,000 reduction of mortgage, $20,000 compensatory damages and $85,000 of attorney’s fees)
Bourelly v. the James Adkins Estate,
(Successful declaratory judgment eliminating $1.2 million of judgement creditor’s lien)
Margulies v. Hugh
(Dismissal of Trustee’s fraud claim seeking over $1 million in damages)
Bar & Court Admissions
- District of Columbia
- United States Courts of Appeals for the District of Columbia and the Fourth Circuit
- United States District Court for the Districts of Maryland, District of Columbia and Northern District of California
- Education & Honors
- Named to Maryland Super Lawyers in 2016
- Tulane Law School, J.D. 2002
- University of Kansas, B.A.
We are a Debt Relief Agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. The services, benefits, or assistance we provide in connection with consumer debts may involve bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.