New Mexico Attorneys

Providing Caring And Competent Representation For Over 25 Years

Compassionate New Mexico Attorneys Helping Victims of Sexual Abuse, Assault and Molestation

While sexual abuse is a crime that carries severe penalties beyond jail time, there are civil remedies that must be pursued as well. At Almanzar & Youngers, P.A., we compassionately represent our clients when a person in authority violated their trust.

If you need help in pursuing civil remedies against someone who has sexually abused you or a loved one, contact us at 575-636-2057. We will handle your case with discretion and sensitivity to your situation. With offices in Santa Fe and Las Cruces, we represent clients throughout New Mexico.

Pursuing Civil Remedies for Sexual Abuse

At Almanzar & Youngers, P.A., we recognize the trauma that our clients experience following sexual abuse. While the criminal justice system can punish the offending individual, it does not address the long-term damage you may have suffered. A special relationship based on a relationship of trust results in sexual abuse with serious and long-lasting effects.

Holding Authority Figures Responsible for Violating Your Trust

We have all heard stories in the news about authority figures such as teachers, coaches, ministers, priests and Boy Scout troop leaders who have abused their power by engaging in sexual abuse of children. It is also known that police officers, prison guards and jail guards have severely violated the civil rights of accused individuals by engaging in inappropriate behavior. When this type of abuse happens, you need an advocate at your side who will hold the abuser responsible.

Sexual abuse cases are rife with emotion. We build your case based on the facts. You may be entitled to compensation for the psychological damages you and those close to you have suffered. We can help.

Contact Us

For more information, or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer, please contact us today. Call 575-636-2057. We provide FREE CONSULTATIONS to victims of sexual assault or abuse.