Andrea Rhea


Andrea focuses her practice in the areas of real estate, tax appeals, wills and municipal government.

She attended West Virginia University and earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Delaware in 1985. Andrea received her law degree from Widener University School of Law and was admitted to practice law in the state courts of New Jersey as well as the United States District Court of New Jersey.

Andrea is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and is a member and past president of the Salem County Bar Association.

Why Choose Us

We may be a small firm in a small town, but our dedication to you is immense. Being small, we can provide our clients with more personal service. From your first visit until your case is resolved it will be evident how much we care.

We have vast legal experience and have been zealous advocates for all of our clients for many years. Although most cases can be settled out of court, knowing that you have an experienced trial attorney in your corner will give you the confidence you need to get the best result possible, in or out of the courtroom.

Kevin P. McCann of Chance & McCann, LLC is a Certified Civil Trial Attorney. The Board on Attorney Certification was established by the Supreme Court of New Jersey in 1980 for the purpose of helping consumers find attorneys who have a recognized level of competence in particular fields of law. Attorneys may be designated by the Supreme Court as “certified attorneys” if they: are able to demonstrate sufficient levels of experience, education, knowledge and skill in a specific area of law or practice; have passed a rigorous examination; and have been recognized by their peers as having sufficient skills and reputation in the designated specialty.

The Supreme Court, through recommendation by the Board, currently certifies attorneys in five areas: civil trial law, criminal trial law, matrimonial law, workers’ compensation law, and municipal court law.

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