Palm Beach, FL – Three professional recognitions were received by Guy Rabideau, a practitioner of real estate law in Palm Beach, Florida, throughout 2013.
The awards include:
- Martindale Hubbell® Client Distinction Award; made possible by clients who complete a survey and rated Guy exceptional in the areas of: Communication Ability; Responsiveness; Quality of Service; and Value for Money. Guy earned a Client Review Rating Score of 4.5 or higher on a scale of 1-5. Less than 4% of the 900,000+ attorneys listed on martindale.com and lawyers.com have been accorded this Martindale-Hubbell honor of distinction.
- Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™, AV Preeminent®, a recognition he has received every year since 2001. AV Preeminent is a designation signifying that Guy has been rated by judges and fellow attorneys as having the highest possible rating for legal abilities and ethical standards. The rating is awarded to less than 5 % percent of all attorneys across the United States, and is the highest rating offered by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.
- The Legal Network “Top Lawyers In Florida” for highest in ethical standards and professional excellence
In addition, Guy has also been listed for over 6 years with Attorney’s Title Fund Services “Fund, Top 100” statewide since 2007.
Rabideau Law has been serving clients throughout Palm Beach County, Florida, and surrounding areas since 2001. The attorneys’ practice focuses on multi-million dollar sales of residential and commercial real estate; large loan transactions; real estate tax appeals; cross-border ownership issues; land use issues; construction contract negotiations; and business transactions.
“It’s been our pleasure at Rabideau Law to provide our clients with excellence in service since opening the practice in 2001,” said Guy. “Since that time, we’ve added excellent attorneys and legal support and look forward to continued growth and top standards for many years to come. Awards are always valued and we appreciate the review boards that have taken note of Rabideau Law throughout the years.”