Alex Hunt

In every case he handles, Alex makes it his mission to protect his clients’ rights and assets, all the while maintaining a stress-free, low-cost legal service. Every divorce attorney may want to provide ethical and responsive representation, but Alex Hunt consistently delivers this to each of his clients. He’s been trusted to handle all kinds of cases—difficult custody disputes, high net-worth divorces and divisions of property, and court order enforcements/modifications.

Alex graduated cum laude from the University of Houston Law Center. He was inducted as a member of Order of the Barons, an elite honor society for the University's top law students. Alex was Casenotes & Comments Editor for the Houston Journal of International Law. His published comment received the Mont P. Hoyt Memorial Writing Award. Prior to law school, Alex was an educator with Teach For America, a highly selective national service corps of individuals who commit to teach in under-resourced public schools.

Alex is an avid supporter of the local community. He has taught law students as Adjunct Professor at the University of Houston Law Center. He also served for years on the Board of Directors of The Arc of Greater Houston, a nonprofit organization which promotes individuals’ rights for people with developmental/intellectual disabilities. Alex currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Katy Bar Association and is a Council Member of the Harris County Bar Association Juvenile Law Section.

Alex has received numerous law-related awards, including the Napoleon Beazley Defender Award (for outstanding work on behalf of children), the Irving J. Weiner Memorial Scholarship Award, and the Ann Dinsmore Forman Memorial Child Advocacy Award. Alex has also been recognized with a 10 out of 10 "Superb" rating on

Alex's mission, since he founded Hunt Law Firm, PLLC, is to provide client-focused representation that is responsive to client's needs. Clients can expect zealous representation that protects important rights and assets. Just as importantly, clients can also expect sound counsel that guides clients through the legal process and allows them to make critical decisions throughout their case.

Professional Memberships

  • Member, National Association of Counsel for Children
  • Member, State Bar of Texas Family Law Section
  • Member, State Bar of Texas Juvenile Law Section
  • Member, Houston Bar Association
  • Member, Houston Bar Association Family Law Section
  • Member, Houston Bar Association Juvenile Law Section
  • Member, Fort Bend County Bar Association
  • Vice President and Board Member, Katy Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Member, College of the State Bar of Texas
  • Member, Katy Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Member, Fulshear Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Member, Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce
  • Member, Katy Young Professionals
  • Member, Texas Family Law Foundation
  • Member, Katy Rotary Club
  • Member, Burta Rhoads Raborn Family Law Inn of Court

Volunteer and Community Work

  • Board Member and Secretary, Katy Bar Association
  • Council Member, Harris County Bar Association Juvenile Law Section
  • Former Adjunct Professor, University of Houston Law Center (2015 and 2016)
  • Board Member and Secretary, The Arc of Greater Houston
  • Former Board Member, Teach For America Texas Alumni Board


  • J.D., University of Houston Law Center, cum laude (Order of the Barons)
  • B.A., University of Texas at Austin, with honors ( Phi Beta Kappa, Special Honors in Liberal Arts)


  • Texas
  • United States Supreme Court
  • United States, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • United States, Southern District of Texas

Trainings and Certifications

  • 30 Hour Advanced Family Mediation Training, A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center
  • 40 Hour Basic Mediation Training, A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center
  • Harris County Ad Litem Institute, HBA & HTLA
  • Guardianship Ad Litem Certification, State Bar of Texas


  • Inbound Medical Tourism and Visa Reform: How Increasing Accessibility for Foreign Patients Can Decrease American Healthcare Costs, 35 Hous. J. Int’l L. 103 (2013)