Normally, combination devices such as ceiling fans with lights are wired with separate control wires colored black and blue, with black usually being the control wire (or power source) for the fan and the blue being for the light.
When wiring a combination fan/light with each being switched separately, you would have the switched conductor, neutral, and ground for each coming into the box. NOTE - you cannot use a common neutral unless you have two separate circuits originating in your panelbox which have the circuit breakers installed on different phases (i.e. Breakers installed at spaces 1 & 3, 2 & 4, etc.) You need to understand that the breakers installed directly across from one another are on the same phase (A); the next two will be on Phase B; and then the cycle will repeat. This is standard for all residential electrical.
Even when you have multiple fan/light units to connect together, you would connect the black to the black for the fans, the switched lighting conductor to the blue, all of the white together, and then the bare copper grounds together.
I would advise a trip down to the library to study on your particular installation, or to a local lumber or hardware store to pick up a book on basic electrical for residential installations. Sorry - I got off track. The answer to your original question is yes. And I must say, in regards to the first answer that you got, I have never heard of a splitter (and I'm an electrical engineer.) What you have to have is 2 three way switches and 3 conductor cable with a separate ground. The easiest method of installation is to wire power through the three-way switches and then to the fixture. Take a look at the picture I've uploaded and it will clear up a lot. You can also go to the website in the picture for further study before beginning. Wiring three-way switches can be tricky. Good Luck.