At Pitler Family Law & Mediation, P.C., we focus on helping families through the difficulty of divorce. We understand there is no such thing as an “easy divorce.” Even when parties have already decided how to divide their assets or have limited assets, the experience of a divorce can be very difficult. Therefore, it is very important to hire an experienced attorney who will work with you to insure that you obtain a settlement that is in the best interests of you and your children.

We have helped hundreds of clients resolve their family law issues and have learned that every client and every case is unique. We will take the time to listen to your problem, answer your questions, discuss the legal process and work with you to develop goals to help you reach a satisfactory result.

Through our experience, we have learned that parties are much happier when their divorce is resolved amicably. In order to provide the best alternatives for our clients, Randall Pitler has been certified in Collaborative Divorce Practice and is a court-approved mediator.

Finally, as a member of the Family Law committees of the State Bar of Michigan and the Oakland County Bar Association, the Collaborative Law Institute of Michigan and the Michigan Council for Family and Divorce Mediation, we keep on top of the changing laws concerning divorce, custody, visitation and child support and the latest techniques for dispute resolution.



Michigan Divorce Timeline

Although each case is unique, we provide step by step timelines for each unique situation for Michigan Divorce.

Child Support

Our attorneys are experienced in child & spousal support issues and can answer any questions you may have.

Custody Information

Frequently, the most difficult issue in a divorce is determining “physical” custody. We’ll assist you from start to finish.

Parenting Time (Visitation)

Visitation should be flexible in determining a parenting schedule that equally divides time spent.

Changing of Domicile

We’re experienced in cases where a party wants to move the legal residence of the minor children more than 100 miles outside of Michigan.

Psychological Treatment of Children

We’re often asked whether a parent with joint custody has the right to request psychological treatment for a minor without consent of the other parent.

Post-Divorce Tips

We provide a list of things you may need to do once the divorce is complete.

Business Owners

There are a lot of misconceptions about divorce when it comes to Business Owners. Let us explain the most common myths.

Common Divorce Terminology

We provide a glossary of terms often heard in connection with the divorce process.


Dearborn, MI
Never would I have imagined that my divorce could be so easy. Randy, I will never be able to say thank you to enough. You gave me a new lease on life, a fresh start. Thank you.
Warren, MI
I would like to thank everyone at Pitler Family Law for all of your help with the divorce proceedings. You all handled my case very well, and treated me with respect. Thank you so much.

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