Our Law Offices
The law offices of Forsberg Law Offices have been proudly serving the Rexburg and St. Anthony communities for many years. Over the years, and based on increasing demand, our law firm has expanded and welcomed more attorneys who specialize in various areas of the law, including Family Law, Estate Planning and Probate, Bankruptcy, Business Law and Government Law, to better serve our growing clientele. We are extremely proud to be able today to offer legal advice, legal counsel and representation in most any area of the law, and to most any client, from individuals to corporations and government bodies.
Forsberg Law Offices welcomes your call or visit regardless of your legal situation or budget. Depending on the case and specific situation, we are in some cases able to represent some of our clients “pro bono”, or to offer very competitive or discounted rates for our legal services. In most cases involving monetary compensation, you do not have to give us a penny unless and until we help you win your case. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by calling us for advice or more information.
At Forsberg Law Offices, our utmost priority is to support and represent the community as well as the businesses and government bodies located in the Rexburg and St. Anthony areas. No case is too big or too small for our superior team of attorneys. We are happy to take on any case and we guarantee that we will not stop working on your behalf until we are satisfied that we have done absolutely everything in our power to bring resolution to your case.
William T. Forsberg
Born and raised in Wenatchee, Washington, Bill Forsberg came to Rexburg, Idaho to attend Ricks College in 1970. Bill graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Business Administration in 1974. In 1978, he graduated with honors from J. Reuben Clark Law School.
Bill is admitted to practice before all courts of the state of Idaho, the Federal District Court for the District of Idaho, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Court of Federal Claims, and the United States Tax Court. He has also served as a Marine Corps Judge Advocate.
While at Ricks he met and married his wife, Colleen. Bill and Colleen have six daughters and fourteen grandchildren.
Troy D. Evans
Troy D. Evans was raised in Utah and Southeastern Idaho, and is a graduate from Rigby High School. While in college and law school, he received two national awards for academics and competitions in which he was involved. Troy received one of his national awards on the top floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Center, just a few months before 9/11 occurred.
He served meritoriously in the Idaho Army National Guard as a Combat Engineer, Howitzer Crewmen, and in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.
Upon completion of law school, he came to Rexburg in August 2001, where he began practicing law at a local law firm.
During September 2002, he joined the Madison County Prosecutor’s Office and carried the entire juvenile and misdemeanor caseloads, as well as handled a felony caseload. During November 2006, he discontinued the criminal work and began doing all the civil work for Madison County. This includes working with the Madison County Commissioners and the planning and zoning departments. During February 2006, Troy joined Forsberg Law Offices.
Troy is a regular lecturer at Madison High School, and at church and scouting groups. He is an active member of the Idaho Law Foundation and enjoys helping and judging high school students in our area with mock trials. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Family Crisis Center in Rexburg.
Troy can be found giving legal seminars in our area, teaching law-related classes to law enforcement for the Peace Officer Standard and Training Academy and other agencies, as well as classes at BYU-Idaho. He was the legal instructor for the POST Detention Class #29, whose students were ultimately hired to run the Madison County Women’s Jail.
He enjoys being active in the motorsports community. He was once counted among a small number of people in Idaho who carried a professional motorcycle road racing license. He and his family can be found on the sand dunes or mountains during the summer on four-wheelers or motorcycles, and riding the mountain ridges during the winter on their snowmobiles. He loves to read and is currently working on his first novel.
Julie Ball is a native of Rexburg. She graduated from Madison High School in 1987. She then attended Ricks College (now known as BYU-Idaho) where she obtained a one-year certificate in the executive secretary program. She also attended the National Academy for Paralegal Studies which was a national program offered through the Idaho State University extension program. In March of 2008, she was certified as a Paralegal through the National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc., of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Julie worked for the local law firm of Smith, Hancock & Rammell from 1988 to 1993. She was employed as a paralegal for the Madison County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office from 1993 to 2008. She joined Forsberg Law Offices, Chtd., in November of 2008.