Randall B. Pitler is a family law attorney who believes the decisions in a divorce should be made by the parties, not by a Judge or other third party. Based on this belief, he founded Pitler Family Law & Mediation, P.C. in 2004 to assist parties who wish to divorce amicably. The firm focuses on Collaborative Divorce, Mediation, and uncontested divorces. Collaborative Divorce is an out of court process where parties work with a team of professionals, including attorneys, therapists, and financial specialists, to create a win-win outcome.
Mr. Pitler also founded Michigan Divorce Helper – an attorney-assisted Do-It-Yourself Divorce law firm, which prepares all the necessary documents and provides step-by-step instructions for those who want to represent themselves in their divorce.
Mr. Pitler graduated from Michigan State University in 1988 and University of Detroit School of Law in 1992. He is a court approved domestic Mediator in Oakland County. He is the immediate past President of the Collaborative Practice Institute of Michigan, has served as a guest lecturer at Thomas M. Cooley Law School, has presented to numerous community organizations, including Dads and Moms of Michigan, and is on the Advisory Board of the Women’s Divorce Resource Center. He also frequently volunteers at the Family Law Assistance Project.
He is divorced and shares 50/50 week on/week off parenting time with this two children, Madeline (12) and Jacob (9), and lives in Huntington Woods.