OUR STAFF

Peggy J. Morris

Mrs. Morris has worked as a paralegal since 1989. She works in Bankruptcy and assists Mr. Thomas in his Chapter 7 Trustee work. She is responsible for Trustee file coordination, asset management,and accounting. She also serves in the role of office bookkeeper and is responsible for payroll.

 

Email Peggy: peggy@johnnythomaslaw.com

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Daniel E. Morris

Mr. Morris has worked as a legal clerk since 2003. He is a musician and Eagle Scout (since 2002). Mr. Morris is responsible for office filing, opening bankruptcy files, drafting bankruptcy schedules for review and billing. He has been a Notary Public of Texas since 2011.

 

Email Daniel: daniel@johnnythomaslaw.com

Warning: Do not send or include any information in any email generated through this web site if you consider the information confidential or privileged. By submitting information by email or other communication in response to this web site, you agree that the communication does not create lawyer-client relationship between you and the firm and its lawyers and that any information submitted is not confidential and is not privileged. You further acknowledge that unless the law firm subsequently enters into a lawyer-client relationship with you, any information you provide will not be treated as confidential and any such information may be used adversely to you and for the benefit of current or future clients of the law firm.

 

 

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