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Killeen Enforcement Lawyer

Serving Killeen, Harker Heights, and the Central Texas Region

Your Local Enforcement Attorney

Finding the Right Lawyer is Crucial

At The Law Office of Jonathan Tanaka, PLLC, we understand that enforcing a prior court order can be a complex and challenging process, but our law firm is here to provide you with the expert guidance and support you need to navigate this often-confusing terrain effectively.

Whether you are dealing with issues related to child custody, child support, spousal support, or any other court-mandated agreements, our experienced legal team is dedicated to ensuring that prior orders are upheld, your rights are protected, and the outcomes you deserve are secured.

What Sets Us Apart

Local Expertise: Our firm is based in Harker Heights, Texas, 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.

Effective Negotiation:While we are prepared for legal action when necessary, we also excel in negotiation. Our firm is skilled at finding common ground, promoting cooperation, and achieving resolutions without the need for protracted court battles.

Personalized Strategy:  We recognize that each enforcement case is unique. That’s why we develop personalized strategies tailored to the specific circumstances of your case. Our approach is not one-size-fits-all; it’s designed to address your distinct challenges and objectives. 

Compassionate Support: We understand that enforcement matters can be emotionally taxing. Your Killeen family attorney will guide you through the process with empathy and professionalism. We are committed to alleviating your stress and helping you navigate the legal complexities with confidence.

A father and child spending quality time together, representing the importance of enforcing court orders for the well-being of families, a focus of our law firm's expertise.

How We Can Help

Customized Strategy

We understand that no two enforcement cases are the same. That's why we create customized enforcement plans tailored to your unique circumstances, ensuring the most effective approach to achieve your goals.

Courtroom Advocacy

When negotiation falls short, we are prepared for courtroom advocacy. We present compelling cases backed by evidence, ensuring your rights are vigorously defended before a judge.

Open Communication

We maintain open lines of communication with our clients, providing regular updates on the progress of their enforcement cases. Our transparency ensures that you are informed and empowered throughout the process.

Cost-Effective Solutions

Our commitment to cost-effective solutions means that you receive quality legal representation without breaking the bank. We work efficiently to make the most of your resources.


Don't want to go to court? We excel in mediation and negotiating out-of-court order modifications, saving you time, stress, and money, while maintaining a focus on your best interests.

Frequently-Asked Questions

Common reasons include non-payment of child support, refusal to comply with visitation schedules, failure to transfer property as ordered, and violation of any court-issued directives. Enforcement actions are necessary to address these issues.

Generally, for enforcement consults, we charge a $150.00 fee that must be paid beforehand since the attorney will be reviewing the prior order that you are hoping to enforce. 

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. 

Legal actions to enforce court orders may include filing contempt motions, wage garnishments, property liens, and even imprisonment in extreme cases. The specific action taken depends on the nature of the violation and the court’s discretion.

While you have the option to represent yourself, having an attorney is highly recommended. An attorney can guide you through the legal process, ensure compliance with relevant laws, and advocate for your rights effectively.

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.

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