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Rhea Levine was born and raised on the East Coast, where she graduated from Siena College with High Honors in Philosophy. Afterwards, her love for travel brought her 3,000 miles away from her hometown in upstate New York to sunny San Diego, the place she has since called home.
Rhea attended California Western School of Law and interned at the Madge Bradely Domestic Violence Clinic, where she first learned the power of an Attorney's Helping Hand. Before graduating Rhea studied law in England and Scotland and traveled throughout Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Such extensive and diverse travel experience has equipped her with a deeper level of cultural awareness, understanding and sensitivity. A set of skills Attorney Rhea Levine uses in her everyday practice of law.
Upon graduating from law school, Rhea Levine passed the California and New York State Bar exams on her first try. Realizing the need for supportive, competent legal representation, and equipped with a unique people-centered philosophy to law, she began her career in Federal Bankruptcy Court, for the Southern District of California.
Since then, Attorney Rhea Levine has been helping residents of San Diego get relief from debt. In doing so, she has encountered an extensive range of debt relief industry practices, some good, but many bad. Realizing the need for supportive, competent legal representation in this industry, she founded the Law Office of Rhea Levine.