When you call Morgan Pierce Law Firm, you will get experienced advice from
attorneys and staff who deal exclusively in bankruptcy. Our attorneys have over 40 years of combined experience.
We give each client personal service with attention to your personal situation, whether you need to eliminate debt, stop a wage garnishmet or save your home from foreclosure. We counsel you about your options in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.
today for your FREE initial telephone consultation. We offer emergency consultations.
Rachel first came to Montana in her teens and immediately felt a great affection for the people of this beautiful state. Since that first visit, she has helped the people who build their lives here by volunteering, mentoring and being involved in her community.
Rachel began her professional career as a teacher, acquiring several degrees, two Bachelors and a Masters. After ten years of teaching middle school English, Rachel transitioned to working in the law here at Morgan Pierce.
Rachel has worked for the firm off and on for seven years, taking a break to attend law school at the University of Montana. She graduated in May 2017 and was admitted to the state and federal bar in September.
Rachel looks forward to continuing what she has always done, help her fellow Montanans, and she is honored to work alongside Daniel and Andrew.
Besides being a lawyer, Rachel loves being the mother to her four children, a son and three daughters. When Rachel and her husband, Daniel, are not here, they are spending time with their family, their pets and friends.
Daniel Morgan, Andrew Pierce & Rachel Morgan provide experienced bankruptcy planning and foreclosure prevention to help protect you, your family and your business from debt and collection problems.
With decades of experience practicing bankruptcy law right here in Montana, we understand your financial troubles and how to fix them. Because we don’t believe in “one-size fits all” service, our attorneys at Morgan Pierce Law Firm provide customized legal advice for both routine and complex legal problems.