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Killeen Alimony Lawyer

Serving Killeen, Harker Heights, and the Central Texas Region

Your Local Alimony Attorney

Finding the Right Lawyer is Crucial

At The Law Office of Jonathan Tanaka, PLLC, we provide comprehensive alimony services to individuals navigating the complexities of spousal support.

Alimony or spousal support, known as spousal maintenance in Texas, can be a critical aspect of divorce proceedings, and understanding your rights and obligations is crucial.

We are dedicated to helping clients across the greater Killeen area understand the ins and outs of alimony laws in Texas and advocating for their best interests.

Whether you’re seeking spousal support or facing an alimony claim, our firm can provide expert guidance. We’ll assess your unique circumstances, explain how alimony is calculated in Texas, and help you build a compelling case. 

What Sets Us Apart

Local Expertise: Our firm serves the greater Killeen area and is well-versed in the specific laws and regulations in the area. We have a deep understanding of the local court system, judges, and legal processes.

Personalized Approach: We recognize that every case is unique, and we tailor our legal strategies to your individual needs and goals. 

Compassion: We understand the emotional toll that these cases can take on individuals and families. We provide support and guidance throughout the entire process.

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How We Can Help

Assess the Situation

Your local Killeen family law attorney will assess your financial situation and the factors considered in spousal support calculations in your jurisdiction. We'll provide a clear understanding of your rights and obligations related to spousal support.


We are skilled in negotiation and settlement discussions and work to reach fair and favorable spousal support agreements outside of court. Our goal is to minimize conflict and secure the best financial outcome for our clients.

Courtroom Advocacy

If negotiations prove challenging or if your case requires litigation, we are prepared to represent you in court. Our attorneys will present a compelling case, ensuring that your interests are vigorously defended during spousal support hearings.

Modification & Enforcement

Your dedicated Killeen family law lawyer can also assist with post-divorce spousal support matters, including modification of support orders or enforcement actions. If circumstances change or if there are issues with compliance, we'll help you pursue necessary adjustments or ensure that orders are followed.

Frequently-Asked Questions

Alimony, also known as “spousal support” or “spousal maintenance” in Texas, is financial assistance provided by one spouse to the other after a divorce. It’s designed to help the lower-earning spouse maintain their standard of living. 

No, alimony is not automatically granted. Whether it’s awarded depends on various factors, such as the duration of the marriage, the financial situation of both spouses, and their contributions during the marriage. We’ll help you understand your eligibility and navigate the process.

Our firm is based in Harker Heights, Texas, but we represent clients across Texas, including Killeen, Fort Hood, Harker Heights, Copperas Cove, Kempner, Salado, Troy, Gatesville, Belton, Nolanville, Temple, Georgetown, Lampasas, and Burnet within Bell, Burnet, Williamson, Coryell, and Lampasas counties.

It depends. The attorney and the billing staff will make that determination after your consult. 

Yes. We regularly handle military divorces, division of military retirement, and child visitation when one parent is deployed. 

Yes, we do! We offer in-person, Zoom, and phone consults. 

No. At this time, we do not accept walk-in visits due to our being a small firm. We are often out of the office at the courthouse, meeting with clients, etc.

Not at this time. Clients are required to pay an initial retainer and work is billed against the retainer. If more work needs to be completed and the client’s retainer balance is depleted, the firm will request that the retainer balance is replenished.

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