Evon represents business owners with issues affecting both their business and their family in transactional, litigation, and appellate matters, including business disputes, divorce, spousal maintenance, estate planning, business succession planning, breach-of-contract, and buy-sell agreements. She helps her business clients understand the need to protect themselves in the event that something happens. She represents business owners with prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and buy-sell agreements where she helps business owners prepare for a change in his or her relationship with a spouse (marital dissolution) or a partner (business dissolution).
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. She 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 conducting due diligence for a purchase of a business. Evon also litigates and defends lawsuits and brings and defends appeals, primarily breach-of-contract and marital and business dissolution cases.