Attorney Charles Evans grew up in Libby and graduated from Libby High School. He attended college at Montana State University and the University of Montana. He graduated from the University of Montana Law School in 1970. After graduation, he moved to Utah and became qualified to practice law in that state. His emphasis was working with Native Americans. While in Salt Lake, he was instrumental in creating the Salt Lake Indian Center, the Indian Alcohol Recovery Center and the Indian Health Center. After several years in Utah, Mr. Evans was drawn back to the Cabinet Mountains and the community of Libby. In 1984, Mr Evans commenced practicing law in Libby, sharing office space with Attorney Dave Harman. In 1995, he purchased and remodeled the building at the corner of 6th Street and Main Avenue (the Applegate home) where Evans Law Office is presently located.
Donna Martin (formerly Flynn) is a legal assistant in Evans Law Office. She grew up in Libby and was an excellent student. After high school, she attended college and obtained two Master's Degrees. In addition to enjoying her interaction with clients, she enjoys the challenge of learning and applying her knowledge to the cases she deals with. She deals mostly with probates and has become quite knowledgeable with regard to asbestos related probates. She has also become quite involved with organizations associated with the cleanup of asbestos in the Libby area.