Linda Morra’s entire 38+ year career was spent in the ERISA/Employee Benefits Field. She was the Co-Founder of Brucker & Morra, a Professional Corporation.
With such a focused law practice, Linda was able to bring tremendous value to family lawyers, plan sponsors, fiduciaries, service providers and her clients. Whether offering creative solutions for pension problems in a divorce case, consulting with a start-up on how best to compensate executives, or advising surviving spouses and beneficiaries about death benefit issues, Linda brought her expertise and experience to the table and solved problems with creativity and practicality. Her knowledge and proficiency in drafting Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs) result in frequent court-ordered requests for her services.
Linda presented to national, state and local groups such as the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries, the State Bar of California, local chapters of the National Institute of Pension Administrators, and family law and estate planning groups all over Southern California. She contributed a chapter on QDROs for Aspen Publisher’s 457 Answer Book and wrote timely articles on recent benefits cases for her firm’s newsletter, On Benefits.
Linda earned a B.A. in Anthropology cum laude from Hunter College and a J.D. cum laude from Southwestern University School of Law, where she was an Editor of the Law Review.
She has now retired as of June 17, 2016.