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DPFG - Disclosure Services, Inc.


26840 Aliso Viejo Parkway Suite 110

Aliso Viejo, CA 92656

Tel: 949-388-9269
Fax: 949-388-9272

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For information on disclosure services, feel free to contact our disclosure team:


Marc Santos

Disclosure Manager

O: (949) 218-6022

Viola Rusape

Manager Associate

O: (949) 505-4782

DPFG in the News:


DPFG CEO, John E. Foreman, Releases New Book Consultant, Consult! Available on

Its not every day that someone in your position writes a "tell all" book. Then again, it's not every day someone's "tell all" book is applauded by everyone from Orlando Magic SVP Pat Williams to The Ken Blanchard Companies' Global Liasion for Coaching, Linda J. Miller. Read More Here



BIA Riverside Honors DPFG With 2014 Associate of the Year Award

Development Planning and Financial Group has continually supported the Riverside County Building Industry Association’s Chapter through their generous support of the Annual Partnership Program, Golf Tournament and many other Chapter events throughout the year.   Members of their staff are active in our Leaders of Tomorrow Group and in addition our Governmental Affairs Team has relied on the technical expertise of DPFG to assist with the technical validation of development impact fee studies, user fee studies and all municipal fee related exactions that are levied against future development.  The DPFG Team has  been an active partner in almost all of our fee battles touching every jurisdiction from Western Riverside Council of Governments - TUMF Program, the County of Riverside, Eastern Municipal Water District, the cities of Perris, Moreno Valley, Corona, San Jacinto and Hemet to name a few.  When asked DPFG has always stepped forward and provided the needed technical evaluation and advocacy that has made our Chapter a leader in local fee reductions. Read More Here.



DPFG Disclosure Services, Inc. Donates $500 to HomeAid Inland Empire

HomeAid Inland Empire Receives $500 donation toward school supplies for Full Bellies, Warm Hearts event at Veronica’s Home of Mercy Shelter .

San Juan Capistrano, CA July 21, 2014:  The 5th Annual Full Bellies, Warm Hearts event will take place on July 26th at Veronica’s Home of Mercy in San Bernardino and August 2nd at King Hall Family Shelter in Moreno Valley. DPFG Disclosure Services, Inc. has donated a $500 check towards the success of this event along with purchasing school supplies for over 100 homeless children. Kelli Gazich, Business Development Manager for DPFG, will be coordinating the event at Veronica’s Home this weekend which will include makeup artists and hairstylists for the parents in preparation for their family portrait, “we are really excited to play such a big role in the event this year and hope that the canned food, toys and school supplies will keep these families very happy until the next ‘Full Bellies’ in 2015.” The event is planned to have a hosted lunch, mini-horse rides, face painting, water balloon toss and more to keep the kids active throughout the day. Read More Here



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