Sabrina C. Beavens concentrates her practice on complex state and federal court... more
Sabrina C. Beavens concentrates her practice on complex state and federal court matters, including business, real property, personal injury and bankruptcy litigation. In addition, her bankruptcy experience includes representing debtors in Chapter 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcy petition filings, representing Chapter 7 Trustees and advising creditors as to their rights and ability to recover claims in b... view profile
DWI, superior and district court cases, domestic violence, habitual offender, all... more
DWI, superior and district court cases, domestic violence, habitual offender, all motor vehicle/license cases, felonies, misdemeanors and violations, as well asdivorce/domestic relations arethe areas of practice for Attorney Albert Hansen. Al Hansen is a 1991 graduate of Bates College, followed by a law degree from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. He islicensed by exam ... view profile
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