Houston divorce and family law attorney, Rita Lucido, was licensed in Texas in 1982 and has practiced divorce, custody and family law in the Houston area since 1983, after working with the Texas legislature.

Her philosophy of practice is based on the belief that each client should receive the type of service most effective for him or her. No particular formula is right for every person in a family law dispute and Ms. Lucido works to find the most effective, economical and common sense approach to each situation. Ms. Lucido handles a wide variety of family cases, including divorce, child custody, grandparent’s rights, adoptions, establishment of child support and enforcement, alimony, spousal maintenance and the division of large estates including closely held business interests and professional practices.

Ms. Lucido has served as a board member for many community organizations including the Houston Area Women’s Center, Texas Women Lawyers, Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, the State Bar of Texas Women in the Profession Committee and the Texans Together Education Fund. Ms. Lucido has lectured on the subjects of domestic violence in divorce, Texas parental notification laws, enforcement of property divisions in divorce and law practice management. Ms. Lucido has testified before legislative committees on issues related to teen pregnancy and the law.

  • Education

    • University of Houston Law Center, 1982

    • Bachelor of Arts – Trinity University, 1979

  • Professional Experience

    • Litigation

    • Mediation

    • Collaborative Law

    • Client Counseling

    • Leglislative Activities

  • Associations and Activities

    • State Bar of Texas

    • American Leadership Forum Class XLII

    • Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast

    • State Bar of Texas, Women in the Profession Committee

    • Jane’s Due Process

    • DiverseWorks

    • Texas Women Lawyers

    • Association of Women Attorneys

    • Association of Women Attorneys Foundation

    • Houston Area Women’s Center

    • Advance Family Support and Education Program

    • Leadership Texas Alumni Association

    • Candidate for Texas Senate, District 17, 2018

  • Awards and Honors Received

    • Houston Area Women’s Center – Community Service Award, 1986 Family violence program – nonresidential).

    • Houston Area Women’s Center – Development Volunteer of the Year 1993

    • Houston Area Women’s Center – Board of Directors Volunteer of the Year 1994

    • Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southwest Texas – Public Affairs Award 2001

Rita Lucido

Ms. Lucido welcomes your call to discuss fees, services or to schedule a consultation. (713) 527-0511