2014
04/28

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Foreclosure Defense Law Firm Amerihope Alliance Legal Services Recognized …

Plantation, FL (PRWEB) April 28, 2014

Gregory M. Nordt, Esq., Attorney at Amerihope Alliance Legal Services, earns the January 2014 Highest Professional Excellence Award from The Legal Network and the January 2014 Client Distinction Award from Martindale-Hubbel, both founded on stellar reviews from thankful clients.

Gregory M. Nordt, on behalf of Amerihope Alliance Legal Services, was bestowed with the Client Distinction Award and the Highest Professional Excellence award in January 2014. Again, both awards were given from client ratings, where most if not all ratings for Mr. Nordt exceed the standards of excellence.

Amerihope Alliance Legal Services provides clients with an array of quality legal services that are unsurpassed by any other firm of its kind. They take pride in their commitment to furnish clients with top foreclosure defense, IRS debt settlement, bankruptcy and personal injury assistance. The Amerihope Alliance Legal Services team is relentless when it comes to getting clients the best possible results. Through their tireless efforts combined with the expertise of a diverse staff, they take away the threats of financial insecurities from many facing foreclosure. Their practice reaches several States including Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

The Client Distinction Award exposes clients to a 360-degree view of the designated lawyers professional credentials. Those credentials include communication ability, quality of service, responsiveness, and value for the money on specific matters for which one engaged the lawyer or law firm. The Client Review Rating Score is based on 1.0-5.0, 5.0 being the highest score an attorney could achieve. Pursuant to these ratings, Mr. Nordt scored a near-perfect 4.9. This score is almost unreachable for many attorneys since less than 4% of the 900,000+ attorneys listed onmartindale.comandlawyers.comhave received a score this high.

In addition to the Client Distinction Award, Gregory Nordt earned the 2014 Highest Professional Excellence Award from The Legal Network. The Highest Professional Excellence Award honors attorneys who, as a representative of clients, perform various ethical and professional functions. Those functions include: providing clients with an informed understanding of the clients legal rights and obligations and explaining their practical implications. Second, asserting the clients position under the rules of the adversary system. Last, negotiating results advantageous to the client but consistent with requirements of honest dealing with others. The aforementioned are all fundamental, necessary, and indispensable characteristics that an attorney needs to practice, preach. and live by in order to win this distinguishing award.

Mr. Nordt is honored and humbled by the awards, he says “Once again it is such an honor to receive such recognition and I happily accept these awards on behalf of my firm. It is outstanding how more and more people are learning that there is protection available in the foreclosure process and being able to help them has developed an indescribable feeling. More so, the appreciation I have received from my clients by nominating me for these awards is humbling and I am grateful to them. Here at Amerihope Alliance Legal Services, we strive to make our clients our top priority so that their financial issues are quickly and efficiently solved. There is nothing that makes me more happy than knowing my clients can enjoy life again without constant financial worries.”

Gregory Nordt has over 15 years of experience in the field and now focuses on foreclosure defense. In over 5 years of operation, Amerihope Alliance Legal Services has completed over 5,000 successful loan modifications. Mr. Nordt, along with his team at Amerihope Alliance Legal Services, invoke candor, integrity, and expertise whilst defending their clients. All with the common end goal of achieving the best possible outcomes.

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