I am a Christian family law attorney, mediator, and peacemaker. I provide the following services.


Initial consultations for legal services depends on the type of case, and is either an hourly fee or a flat fee.

Legal representation. Provide legal representation from a Christian foundation in divorce, modification, child custody, and related matters. My general fees at this time are $250.00 per hour.

“Limited scope representation.” Document preparation and review and case coaching for family law matters and cases without becoming your attorney of record, is generally referred to as “limited scope representation.”  Because a litigant who represents himself or herself is called a “pro se” party, I also call limited scope representation “pro se help.”  These services can sometimes also include limited scope representation in court. Please see the limited scope representation page for more information on these services. My fees for limited scope representation vary from case to case.


Mediation for family disputes and family law cases. Mediation can be done without any case involved, or before a case, at the beginning of a case, or during a case, such as a divorce of other family law related case. Mediation is generally $320 per side for a four-hour mediation at my office.

Collaborative law services. Collaborative law is team approach to settlement for the whole case, and generally involves a collaborative lawyer for each party joined by a neutral financial planner and a neutral mental health professional. The team helps you through a negotiated, voluntary settlement process using joint and individual meetings as necessary to accomplish resolution or settlement.

Christian Conflict Coaching and Conciliation. Christian conflict coaching and conciliation calls participants in a dispute to use biblical principles and methods along with requests for Christ’s help to seek to bring relational reconciliation and peace and substantive resolution to disputes. Christian conflict coaching can be done with a party regardless of the willingness of the other party whereas Christian Conciliation requires the agreement of both parties (or more parties when applicable) to utilize Christian conciliation.

Please contact me directly at 832-250-1248 to discuss how I can serve you, or email me, or review areas of interest on my website.

I hope to have the opportunity to serve you.

Roy Huddle

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