Scott T. Evans established the Law Office of Evans Crow Halcomb in early 2012. Mr. Evans is a 2010 graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law. He began his career as a hearing officer for child support establishment, modification, and enforcement before venturing into the world of private practice.
Mr. Evans serving as the Vice President of the Cole County Bar Association and licensed in Missouri as well as both the Eastern and Western Districts of the United States District Court. Mr. Evans primary areas of practice are family law, including divorce, custody / visitation, and child support, criminal defense, traffic matters including DUI and license suspensions, and probate and estate planning.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Evans earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia as well as a Master’s degree from Lindenwood University.
Mr. Evans is a St. Louis native and avid fan of the Tigers, Cardinals, and Blues. Mr. Evans enjoys spending his free time watching and playing sports, as well as other outdoor activities with his family.
Mr. Evans also enjoys giving back to his Fraternity, Sigma Pi, by volunteering with the local chapter at the University of Missouri as well as serving as the Vice Chairman of Legal Affairs for the Sigma Pi Educational Foundation and serving on the Sigma Pi Legal Committee.
Mr. Evans can be reached by mail at 1739 E. Elm Street, Suite 207, Jefferson City, Missouri 65101, by phone at
Prior to her passing in March 2014, Ms. Halcomb practiced primarily in the areas of family law, children’s issues, and administrative law, with substantial criminal and probate work as well. She was Chair of the Missouri Bar Lawyer Referral Service Committee and was dedicated to providing personal, quality representation of her clients.
Ms. Halcomb represented a number of state professional registration boards in their disciplinary cases before the Administrative Hearing Commission and the Boards themselves. Ms. Halcomb was a frequent speaker at Missouri Bar Continuing Legal Education programs on criminal law, family law and administrative law.
She served on the Missouri Bar Continuing Legal Education Committee as well. Ms. Halcomb also had the distinction of representing the Cole County Public Administrator in probate and estate cases. Ms. Halcomb was beloved by her clients and peers and is missed by many.
Ms. Halcomb is survived by her two children, Cole and Kaelyn Halcomb for whom she lived her life for every single day.