Rita C. Dixon has over a decade of legal experience advocating for clients in and out of the courtroom. She is knowledgeable, compassionate and is willing to listen attentively to your story. Mrs. Dixon will advocate for you and advise you honestly with a straightforward approach. She believes that strong advocacy can be achieved without sacrificing moral standards and values and she wants you to have the tools to make the best decisions for you and your family.
Background and Education
Rita C. Dixon is a native of Tullahoma, Tennessee. She graduated from college with honors from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville with a Bachelor of Arts in 2002. She majored in Legal Studies and was a University Honors Scholar and African American Achiever. Mrs. Dixon attended Texas Southern University-Thurgood Marshall School of Law and graduated cum laude earning her Juris Doctor in 2006. While in law school, she was a Senior Editor for the Thurgood Marshall Law Review and a member of the James M. Douglas Board of Advocates. In the summer of 2005, Mrs. Dixon was a law clerk at the Office of Attorney General, State of Tennessee in Nashville, TN. She worked in the Health Care Division and Real Property Division. Mrs. Dixon is also a trained mediator. She has completed basic and family mediation training that complies with the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable Standards.
Mrs. Dixon was a litigation attorney at Legal Aid of Northwest Texas for 6 years before branching out on her own. She primarily handled domestic violence family law cases and child custody cases involving abuse or neglect. She also handled adoptions, landlord/tenant disputes, consumer cases, wills and estates and real property issues. Before her position at Legal Aid, Mrs. Dixon was an attorney at a small general litigation law practice in North Dallas that handled personal injury, criminal, juvenile and family law. Before moving to Texas for law school, Mrs. Dixon was an office manager and escrow processor of a small title company in Nashville, Tennessee.
Mrs. Dixon currently lives in Frisco, Texas where she enjoys spending quality time with her husband and two sons. After having a quiet time on her lunch break, Mrs. Dixon felt led to open a Christian law practice. She naturally has a passion and drive to help others and believes that we are blessed to be a blessing. She learned the importance of leaving a spiritual legacy from her late maternal grandmother. Mrs. Dixon wants her legal work to be a part of her spiritual legacy.