But that’s not all these two divorces have in common: The dollars at stake in both settlements are staggering.
The two attorneys also appear to use the same office address in Bellevue, Washington, according to their their web sites, though the sites do not list them as partners or mention each others’ name. Court documents also list a different address for Billbe.
Anderson’s web site says that she specializes in complex divorces in Kings County, Washington, where Seattle and many of its suburbs are located, with an emphasis on cases involving substantial estates, stock options, business valuations, international or multi-state assets, among other things.
Billbe’s site says “we often work in high asset cases,” and “cases with substantial family wealth,” as well as those “involving business executives which present complicated compensation and deferred compensation issues.”
Both Anderson and Billbe also were listed as speakers at a Washington State family law conference last month. Anderson spoke about pre- and post-nuptial and community property agreements. Billbe spoke on best practices in unwinding long-term relationships.
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