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Sabrina C. Beavens has represented clients in a wide variety of state and federal court matters, including business, real property, bankruptcy and personal injury litigation. Ms. Beavens has also worked on numerous appellate matters throughout her career, including oral argument before the New Hampshire Supreme Court.  Outside of court, Ms. Beavens counsels business clients on matters such as business purchases or sales, real estate transactions, operating agreements, contract negotiations, protection  company interests through non-compete and confidentiality agreements and other general business matters.


Ms. Beavens represents a wide variety of clients, including commercial landlords, medium and small companies, executives and other professionals, private lenders, property owners, entrepreneurs, bankruptcy trustees and personal injury clients.  Some of her accomplishments during her career include:

  • Brought a fraudulent transfer suit in the Federal Court in New Hampshire on behalf of a Florida judgment creditor which resulted in a favorable settlement for the client.

  • Successfully argued that an alleged “bad faith” claim against a national insurance company accrued prior to the debtors’ bankruptcy filing and therefore it was property of the bankruptcy estate.  As a result, the bankruptcy court approved a settlement between the chapter 7 trustee and the insurance company.

  • Negotiated a favorable resolution of a litigation threat against client, a software development company, concerning an alleged breach of contract for the development of custom software and the client’s counterclaim for non-payment.

  • The client was very satisfied with the results and conveyed that the additional advice provided, including revisions to the company’s business contracts, strengthened the company’s position to protect itself in the future.

  • On behalf of creditor/commercial landlord, developed testimony, evidence and legal arguments for a full day emergency evidentiary hearing in bankruptcy court which resulted in a finding of a bad faith Chapter 11 filing against the debtor/tenant, the dismissal of the Chapter 11 case and an award of sanctions against the debtor and the debtor’s attorney.

  • Worked with insurance co-counsel in a large real estate fraud bankruptcy case to file a declaratory judgment adversary proceeding seeking a finding that the insurer had no obligation to defend and no liability under the applicable insurance policies which was the catalyst for a favorable settlement with the Chapter 7 trustee and non-debtor claimants.

  • Worked on behalf of numerous personal injury claimants to achieve favorable resolution of claims, including 1) a substantial six figure recovery in a wrongful death (automobile) matter on behalf the spouse of the decedent; 2) a combined recovery of over a million dollars in a tractor trailer accident on behalf of a mother and her 2-year old son; and 3) a six figure policy limits settlement on behalf of a man seriously injured in an automobile accident.

  • Wrote the brief and presented oral argument at the New Hampshire Supreme Court on a personal jurisdiction issue of first impression involving the Federal Motor Carrier Act which resulted in the affirmation of the trial court.


Ms. Beavens manages the operations of the firm's Portsmouth, New Hampshire office, but maintains an active practice in both New Hampshire and Florida.  She frequently travels between the firm’s offices to meet with clients, conduct discovery and appear at court and settlement conferences.


Ms. Beavens was raised in a small community outside of Philadelphia.  After attending college close to home, she moved to St. Petersburg, Florida where she attended law school and started her legal career.  After living in Florida for almost a decade, Ms. Beavens and her family relocated to Portsmouth.  Outside of the office, Ms. Beavens enjoys spending time with her family and travel.







Practice areas


  1. Bankruptcy: 35%
    14 years
  2. Litigation: 25%
    14 years
  3. Foreclosure: 15%
    7 years
  4. Personal Injury: 10%
    10 years
  5. Other: 15%
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  • Heather Dunion Neville

    I endorse Sabrina Beavens as a knowledgeable and professional attorney. She is a fierce advocate and obtains the best results possible for her clients.


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  • Lynette Silon-Laguna

    I endorse this lawyer. Sabrina Beavens is an excellent attorney who is committed to providing the best representation possible for all of her clients.


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Contact info

Iurillo Law Group, P.A.

Pease International Tradeport
125 Brewery Lane, Suite 7
Portsmouth, NH, 03801

Iurillo Law Group, P.A.

5628 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, FL, 33707



NHAuthorized to practice law200604/04/2012
FLMember in Good Standing200206/17/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Outstanding Subcommittee ChairAmerican Bar Association Section of Litigation2013
Rising StarNew England Super Lawyers2013
AV Preeminent RatedMartindale-Hubbell2012
Outstanding Website - Woman Advocate CommitteeAmerican Bar Association2011
Judge Thomas E. Penick, Jr. “The Rock” AwardBarney Masterson Inn of Court2005
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerIurillo Law Group, P.A.2013 - Present
AttorneyIurillo & Associates, P.A.2009 - 2013
AttorneyBurns, Bryant, Cox, Rockefeller & Durkin, P.A.2006 - 2009
AttorneyIurillo & Associates, P.A.2004 - 2006
AttorneyForizs & Dogali, PA2002 - 2004
Association namePosition nameDuration
American Bar Association Women Advocate CommitteeCo-chair2014 - Present
Federal Bar AssociationMember2014 - Present
ABA Woman Advocate CommitteeRegional Meeting Committee2013 - Present
New Hampshire Women's Bar AssociationSecretary2012 - Present
New Hampshire Association for JusticeMembership Committee Member2011 - Present
New Hampshire Bar AssociationMember2006 - Present
American Bankruptcy InstituteMember2003 - Present
Florida BarMember2002 - Present
St. Petersburg Bar AssociationMember2002 - Present
American Bar Association Women Advocate CommitteeCorporate Counsel Liaison2014 - 2014
New Hampshire Bar AssociationMember, Gender Equality Committee2011 - 2012
American Bar Association Section of LitigationWoman Advocate Committee Web Co-Editor2011 - 2013
New Hampshire Women's Bar AssociationMember, Board of Directors - Out of State Liason2011 - 2012
American Bar Association Section of LitigationWork/Life Balance Chair2010 - 2011
St. Petersburg Bar AssociationMembership Committee Chair2005 - 2006
Barney Masterson Inn of CourtExecutive Director2004 - 2005
St. Petersburg Bar AssociationCo-chair 2003 and Committee Member 2004, YLS Holidays in July2003 - 2004
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Chick v. C&F Enterprises, LLC, 938 A.2d 113 (N.H. 2007)Settled for confidential sum.
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Publication nameTitleDate
Please refer to our websiteMany articles relating to Bankruptcy Practice and ProcedureN/A
Please refer to our websiteMany articles relating to Bankruptcy LItigationN/A
Please refer to our websiteMany articles relating to Creditors' RightsN/A
Please refer to our websiteMany articles relating to Chapter 7, 11 and 13 BankruptcyN/A
Please refer to our websiteMany articles relating to ForeclosureN/A
Please refer to our websiteMany articles relating to LitigationN/A
New Hampshire Trial Bar NewsMany articles for the New Hampshire Association for JusticeN/A
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Stetson University College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2002
Ursinus CollegeN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1997
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
The Women of the Section of Litigation ConferenceFriending and Following: The Ethical Pitfalls of Using Social Media2014
Section of Litigation Annual CLE ConferenceContent Management Workshop2012
Nuts and Bolts of Foreclosure in FloridaForeclosure2010
Survivor: The Island of Ethical DilemmasLegal Ethics2005