Divorce Impacts on College Planning and College Life

By FPS / September 27, 2016 / Children, Divorce, Family Law, FAQ, Resources / No Comments

Countless issues can arise for divorced or divorcing parents with children who are currently or someday college-bound. The 9/28 airing of SPLIT DECISIONS talk radio will offer lessons-learned on this sensitive subject. School’s in session here with lectures from  attorneys at FORESTER PURCELL STOWELL PC.   How does divorce affect college planning and college-age children?   […]

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FAQ: Why is Conducting Discovery So Expensive in Family Law?

By FPS / September 18, 2016 / Divorce, Family Law, FAQ, Resources / No Comments

Why is Discovery So Expensive in Divorce & Child Custody Trials? Discovery is a pre-trial procedure by which each party to a divorce or child custody case can obtain evidence from the other party through certain devices, such as a Request for Production of Documents, Interrogatories, Admissions, etc. Discovery can also involve subpoenaing documents from […]

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FAQ: How is contested divorce different when very young children are involved?

By FPS / September 6, 2016 / Children, Divorce, Family Law, FAQ, Resources / No Comments

Divorcing when babies and young children are part of the equation comes with hardship on all sides. We tackle this emotional topic during the September 7th airing of Split Decisions, our weekly divorce radio hour. Below, the attorneys at FORESTER PURCELL STOWELL PC set the stage.   How are contested divorce proceedings different when very young children are involved?   […]

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2016 FPS Honors: Best of the Bar, Top Lawyers and Rising Stars

By FPS / September 5, 2016 / Firm News / No Comments

FPS attorneys received humbling kudos in 2016, thanks to local publications and recognition by peers. We’re proud to be listed among esteemed colleagues in the following: August 2016 ~ Sacramento Magazine’s TOP LAWYERS list > Neil M. E. Forester, CFLS > Matthew K. Purcell, CFLS > Michelle L. Stowell, CFLS     August 2016 ~ Sacramento Business Journal […]

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Divorced Parents & Emergency Preparedness: Avoid Eleventh Hour Planning

By FPS / September 4, 2016 / Children, Divorce, Family Law, Resources / No Comments

September is National Preparedness Month. Divorced parents, this is your reminder to prepare for the types of emergencies that could affect you and your children — and share those plans with each other for the best possible outcome should natural or man-made disaster strike during your parenting time. Here are some helpful resources to help you avoid waiting […]

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