Representing clients in family law matters in Chester, Delaware, Montgomery & Philadelphia counties.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best of the Main Line - Family Law||Main Line Today Magazine||2015|
|Best of the Main Line - Family Law||Main Line Magazine||2014|
|Best of the Mainline - Family Law and Divorce||Main Line Today Magazine||2013|
|Best of the Main Line - Family Law Attorney||Main Line Today Magazine||2012|
|Best of the Main Line - Family Law||Main Line Today Magazine||2011|
|Best of the Main Line - Family Law Attorney||Main Line Today Magazine||2010|
|2007 Best Of the Mainline||Main Line Today Magazine||2007|
|Recognition for President of the Board||Womens Resource Center||1996|
|Owner||Randi J. Vladimer, P.C.||1991 - Present|
|Attorney||Sprague and Sprague||1986 - 2001|
|Assistant District Attorney||District Attorney's Office - Philadelphia||1983 - 1986|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Inn of Court||Member||2009 - Present|
|Chester County Bar Association, Family Law Section||Member||2007 - Present|
|Johnson v. Krebs||Sup. Court reversed trial court & found for client|
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|The New England Journal on Prison Law||Note, The Massachusetts Juvenile Transfer Statute: Justice for Juvenile Offenders?,||1983|
|New England School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1983|
|Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Political Science||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1980|
|Your First case||Child and Spousal Support||2014|
|CLE||Practicing Family Law with Humanity in the 21st Century||2013|
|Your First Support Case||Child/Spousal Support||2012|
|Family Law & Social Media||Family Law & Social Media||2010|
|Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court||Family Law and Social Media||2010|
|Womens Resource Center - Wayne, PA||Legal Issues of Divorce||2008|
|The War of the Roses||Family Law||2008|
|The War of the Roses||Family Law||2007|
|How to Choose an Attorney for Family Law Matters||Family Law||2005|
|Basics of Divorce and Support||Family Law||2004|
Posted by anonymous
If you are looking for someone who will tell you what you want to hear and not what the law is, do not go to Randi. Randi is no-nonsense, direct, insightful and ethical. She wa always prepared for our meetings and for court. The Masters and judges seemed to really respect her. Randi made the process a lot easier than it could have been.
Posted by anonymous
I interviewed three attorneys before selecting Randi and her team and could not have been happier with my selection. My ex fought me through everything, support, custody and the divorce. Randi was able to contain the other side and plow through it. Her attention to me and the case was incredible. She even remembered things that I told her a year before that I had forgotten. I was always well informed and knew what to expect. I always felt that she cares about what she does and her clients. Her team is equally as good, always there to answer questions if Randi was unavailable. The dogs always welcomed me as well!
Posted by jane
I went through a very complicated divorce and custody case and Randi was my attorney. She was great. She was extremely responsive, very patient, and led me every step of the way. Although we ended up settling the day of trial, I think the only reason we did was because she was so prepared for court. She outshined my spouse's attorney. Everyone in the court knew her and it was clear they all respected her.
Timothy Brennan, Workers compensation Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Randi goes the extra mile for her clients. I know her as a person and as an attorney. I have had the experience several times of using case law that was made through her appellate advocacy in her cases. In those cases, I have always found that she raised nearly every useful argument for her clients. Thorough and very bright, you could not go wrong using her as your attorney.