New Haven, CT – Fournier Legal Services would like to announce the third year of its Little League Scholarship Program. The Connecticut-based law firm is offering to donate one free Little League registration for a family in each town in its local district and in the surrounding region, on an annual basis.
Fournier Legal Services is dedicated to giving back to its community. Little League is an organization that it cares about tremendously and with which the company, its employees, and their families have had many positive experiences over the years, as players, parents, coaches, and sponsors.
“Little Leagues are the fabric of many of our local communities,” said the firm’s founder, Joe Fournier. “I personally had a fantastic Little League experience in my hometown of Warwick, Rhode Island, and my family enjoyed tremendous experiences in baseball and softball at Coginchaug Little League in Durham, Connecticut. As a local business, we think it is time to give back and help other children enjoy their little league experience.”
The firm will be reaching out to approximately twenty Little League Boards of Directors in Connecticut over the next couple of weeks, giving each of them an opportunity to participate in this program.
About the company
Fournier Legal Services provides a broad range of legal services, focusing primarily on Business, Estate Planning, and Employment law, and services clients in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. The firm’s founder, Joseph E. Fournier, earned his Accounting degree from the University of Rhode Island and his J.D. from UNC-Chapel Hill. Their primary office is located at 64 Thompson Street, Suite A101, East Haven, CT, 06513.
Joseph E. Fournier is an Attorney and a CPA who has more than twenty years of experience in a variety of business legal matters, including start-ups and company formations, drafting shareholder and operating agreements, contracts, employment law, commercial litigation, tax planning and audit defense, and mergers and acquisitions (M&A). He also handles estate planning matters, such as business succession planning, wills, trusts, and probate.