Attorney, Managing Shareholder
Evonne’s practice focuses primarily on family law, estate planning and real estate transactions. Her background and knowledge of business and real estate is particularly helpful to her family law clients who need guidance with the division of significant marital assets. She helps her clients navigate the legal process with expertise and compassion.
Evonne is a fifth generation Montanan from Columbia Falls. She attended Arizona State University where she studied Business Administration with an emphasis in real estate. While there, she obtained her Real Estate License and worked for a large property management company. Evonne returned to Montana and graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration (Management) from
the University of Montana in 1983. She received her J.D. from the University of Montana, School of Law in 1986.
Evonne is admitted to practice in all Montana Courts and the United States District Court for the District of Montana. She is also admitted to practice in Arizona. She has worked as a substitute Justice of the Peace and has been an adjunct professor of Family Law at the University of Montana, School of Law. She often presents at Continuing Legal Education seminars on issues pertaining to family law.
Evonne has served on numerous boards and volunteered for many non-profit organizations in Missoula. She received the Bousliman Award for Professionalism from the State Bar of Montana and was honored by the YWCA by receiving the Salute to Excellence Award. She presently serves on the board of directors of the Watsons Children’s Shelter. In her spare time, Evonne enjoys water sports, biking, skiing and spending time with her husband, Ed, their adult children, dogs, family and friends.
Areas of Practice
Montana Bar Association, Family Law Section
Western Montana Bar Association
Western Montana Estate Planning Council
Jamie J. McKittrick
Attorney, Managing Shareholder
Jamie J. McKittrick is an attorney with Wells & McKittrick, P.C. where she focuses her practice on family law matters. Ms. McKittrick attended college at Santa Clara University and then the University of Montana. She earned her B.A. in political science from the University of Montana and went on to law school at the University of Montana School of Law where she received her J.D. in 1997. Following law school, Ms. McKittrick clerked for the Honorable Judge Jeffery Langton in the Twenty-First Judicial District Court.
Thereafter she worked for the Ravalli County Attorney’s Office for three and one-half years. She handled all misdemeanor and juvenile matters as well as civil matters and assisted the Chief Deputy in several felony prosecutions. Ms. McKittrick then went into private practice and began working with Evonne Wells. They later formed Wells & McKittrick, P.C. where they continue to practice in the areas of family law, estate planning, business transactions and general litigation issues.
Tom joined Wells and McKittrick with the goal of helping people. He has extensive experience practicing or teaching in numerous areas of the law, and is now focusing on family law, wills and estates, business organizations, contracts all and related matters.
Tom previously worked at the University of Montana as a full professor and Director of the Paralegal Studies program. In that capacity, he has taught courses in numerous areas of the law including Family Law, Civil Litigation, Contracts, and Ethics. He has also lectured on various topics to numerous legal groups.
Tom was raised in a small town in Wisconsin. He graduated from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts. Following college, Tom worked as a paralegal for a multinational law firm in Chicago, Illinois. He later attended and graduated from the University of Cincinnati, College of Law in Cincinnati, Ohio. His law prior law practice concentrated in Creditor’s Rights, Commercial Transactions, Banking, and Civil Litigation.
Tom is admitted to practice in all Montana Courts. He is an active member of the Montana Medical Legal Panel. Tom and his family thrive in the great outdoors of Montana hiking, gardening, fishing, hunting, and canoeing.