Evon represents business owners with issues affecting both their business and their family in transactional, and appellate matters. She focuses her transactional practice in forming legal entities (e.g., corporations, limited liability companies, professional firms, etc.) and advising clients about maintaining corporate formalities, complying with subpoenas, and employee issues. In addition, she provides advice and guidance to nonprofit organizations, including complying with the Minnesota charitable gambling laws.
In addition, she helps business owners with drafting contracts, such as independent contractor agreements, non-compete agreements, and employment contracts so that the contract protects the business owner in the event that something happens. Evon also helps business clients develop strategies and minimize the risk of exposure for their business and themselves personally through proper incorporation of a business, updating corporate minutes, revising and implementing employment policies, and handbooks, and conducting due diligence for a purchase of a business. She represents business owners and individuals with prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and with their estate planning (wills and trusts, power of attorneys and health care directives). Evon also represents businesses in appeals to the Minnesota Court of Appeals and Minnesota Supreme Court and unemployment compensation appeals, and daycare license adverse decisions.