Detroit Divorce Lawyer - Amicable & Uncontested Divorce

Amicable Divorce is a one lawyer solution to divorce – saving you time, money, and headache. It’s truly the more convenient solution.

Did You Know?

Instead of hiring a traditional divorce attorney, sit down with a professional in one of our 4 convenient locations near Detroit (Royal Oak, Troy, Livonia, Novi) and learn about your legal rights when getting a divorce.

What is a Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative Divorce is for divorcing couples who want legal representation, but would like to avoid litigation. The parties and their attorneys agree, in writing, to complete the divorce amicably.

Top Ten Most Asked Divorce Questions

Download a copy of our FREE guide to the top questions (and answers) people have about and surrounding divorce. Download it here.

Experienced Detroit Family Law Attorneys Who Understand It Is Your Divorce


Once you’ve made the difficult decision to divorce, you want to avoid litigation and avoid having a judge or the Friend of the Court making decisions regarding your family and your life. Most people fear that litigation is inevitable. However, you can take control of your own divorce by hiring a Michigan divorce attorney who will help you reach your goals while avoiding the expense and emotions of litigation.

RANDALL B. PITLER

Attorney/Mediator

Randall has been practicing law for over 25 years. He takes 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 his experience, he has learned that parties are much happier when their divorce is resolved amicably in an uncontested manner. In order to provide the best alternatives for our clients, Mr. Pitler has been certified in Collaborative Divorce and is a court-approved mediator. Read more about Randall, Pitler Law, and the rest of the team here.

Our Practice Areas

Choosing a Divorce Process

What’s the best way to go about your divorce?Learn More »

Amicable Divorce

99% of divorce cases settle without a trial. Some settle at the kitchen table, some at mediation and some on the day of trial. But they settle.Learn More »

Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce is for divorcing couples who want legal representation, but would like to avoid litigation. It is a unique process where the attorneys function more as advisers than advocates.Learn More »

One Lawyer Divorce/Uncontested Divorce

Many divorcing couples want to share one lawyer to handle their divorce. They may have already decided how they want to divide their property or have limited assets to divide.Learn More »

Choosing a Divorce Attorney

Selecting the right attorney may be the most important decision in your divorce. For the next few months, your attorney is going to be one of your most trusted advisers and you want to make sure they are a good fit for you and your goals.Learn More »

Divorce Mediation

In divorce mediation, the parties and their attorneys meet with a neutral mediator, who facilities the negotiation between the parties and helps them reach a settlement.Learn More »