Wolfgang R. Anderson, Attorney
Mr. Anderson was born on June 2, 1941. He received his Undergraduate and Law Degree from the University of Washington. He also attended the University of Virginia where he studied Military Law.
Mr. Anderson is admitted to the US Supreme Court, Military Courts and all Washington Courts.
After graduating from the University of Washington School of Law in 1966, he joined the US Army as a Regular Army Captain as a Staff Judge Advocate. He was stationed for four years in his native Germany as a member of the 3rd Armored Division.
Mr. Anderson toiled for Seattle's major domestic relations firm, Jonson & Jonson, between 1970-77. He started the firm of Anderson & Fields, Inc., P.S. in 1977 with H. Michael Fields.
Mr. Anderson has been a guest and/or lecturer on various television and radio programs, and has taught professional seminars for attorneys, as well as serving as a Judge Pro Tem, in both the Superior and District Courts.
Mr. Anderson and Mr. Fields wrote a book for the layman, Divorce in Washington generally detailing the law on various subjects from property division, custody, child support, maintenance, what the proceeding is all about, etc. Mr. Anderson has also contributed articles regarding matrimonial law to professional journals.
Mr. Anderson has been delegated a Super Lawyer in Law & Politics in
|Education:||University of Washington B.A.|
|Admissions:||U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces 1966|
U.S. Supreme Court 1968
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