Posted on July 14, 2022 by Lasher Holzapfel Sperry & Ebberson
Lasher Holzapfel Sperry & Ebberson is pleased to announce that our Family Law Practice Group and two of our Family Law Practice Group attorneys were recognized in the 2022 Chambers High Net Worth Guide:
Family/Matrimonial: High Net Worth
- Linda Kelley Ebberson
- Lisa Ann Sharpe
According to their individual Chambers listings:
Linda Kelley Ebberson “handles sophisticated matters with grace and a confident determination. She is a brilliant resource on your team and a tough, fair adversary in very delicate matters. Linda’s client management, level of service and knowledge of family law are top-notch,” states a peer. Ebberson specialises in complex, high-value divorce cases and is an experienced litigator. A source notes: “She is the most stellar practitioner in Washington.”
Lisa Ann Sharpe “is absolutely terrific, she is absolutely top-notch. She handles phenomenal cases and is an excellent lawyer. She is very hard-working, smart and effective,” states a peer. Another source adds: “She works diligently yet creatively to achieve the best results for her clients.” Sharpe advises high net worth and prominent individuals on complex and high-value divorce matters, as well as custody cases and financial issues.
In addition, Lasher’s Family Law Practice Group is recognized as a department, with high praise from peers and clients alike:
“Their family law team is the best in town from top to bottom,” says a peer, who adds: “LHSE is the market leader in the family law space in Seattle, if not the state.”
Another impressed source states: “The lawyers are all extraordinary but their support staff are also of the highest quality. The firm is consistently at the very top of firms in Washington State handling high-end, complex dissolution matters. They are always well prepared, professional, respectful and effective.”
The Chambers HNW guide covers global private wealth management work and features in-depth editorial about leading lawyers and law firms providing wealth preservation and estate planning. Chambers Research is conducted by 200 Research Analysts, across 200 jurisdictions and provides nearly 6,000 rankings tables. Annually they collect hundreds of thousands of responses from clients, the majority via in-depth interview.