Firm Overview

Randi J. Vladimer, P.C.

Divorce and Family Law

Representation Throughout Pennsylvania

Divorces and the issues surrounding divorce are a significant part of our family law practice. The divorce itself, whether it is settled or goes to trial, requires the experience to spot and resolve issues, as well as skillful negotiation. We can also assist with spousal support and alimony issues. We will help you discern when spousal maintenance is appropriate and the duration of support.

Advising clients regarding the issues surrounding child custody and child support is also a substantial part of our family law practice. In those cases, we will work with you to make sure that your children's best interests are protected. Their welfare is paramount. Our lawyers can advise you on the many aspects of child support, visitation and the interstate transport of children. In this part of the country in particular, it is not uncommon for ex-spouses to live in different states, provisions can be made for transporting the children from one spouse to the other. Also, if your children are getting divorced and you are concerned about maintaining a relationship with your grandchildren, we are also well versed in grandparent's rights and can help you preserve visitation rights with your grandchildren.

If you are facing a significant life event - marriage, adoption, divorce, custody or support dispute, our attorneys can help you plan for, understand and navigate through these changes. Our office accepts family law cases including divorce, equitable distribution, spousal support, alimony pendente lite, alimony, paternity and child support matters, child custody cases, juvenile law cases, and related matters in Chester, Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware, Philadelphia and Berks Counties.

Main Office

320 King of Prussia Road
Suite 140
Radnor, PA 19087





Other Offices

West Chester, PA


Child Custody

Child Support


Randi Vladimer

Randi J. Vladimer, P.C.

If you are contemplating a divorce, or if your spouse is seeking a divorce, you will be confronted with a variety of issues. To resolve these issues, you need the advise of knowledgeable and experienced family law attorneys.

We are dedicated to representing clients facing divorce and related family law matters. We have extensive experience helping our clients resolve such difficult issues as child support, custody and visitation, spousal support and alimony, and the division of the marital estate. We understand the difficulties that divorce imposes upon our clients and we strive to help our clients during these difficult times. While we encourage parties to negotiate rather than litigate, we are prepared to proceed to Court when necessary.

As a firm focused solely on the practice of family law, we have gained the knowledge and experience that allows us to provide our clients with superior representation. As a two-attorney firm, we pride ourselves on providing close, personal attention to all of our clients. We will always take the time to explain the legal process, and let you know exactly what you should expect. Our clients do not like surprises, and neither do we. We provide an informal atmosphere, combined with excellent advice and aggressive representation.

Our practice is primarily focused in Delaware, Philadelphia, Montgomery, Chester and Berks counties. Our clients presently reside in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, New York, Virginia and Florida.

Significant Cases/Decisions

Counsel in Johnson v. Krebs , a landmark support case from Chester County (West Chester). Trial Court ruled that client/Mother was not entitled to retroactive support to 2001 event though Father concealed his income for over 6 years. Decision reversed on appeal to the Pennsylvania Superior Court who further awarded interest and legal fees against Father.

Counsel in Fitzgerald v. Kemp , a Pennsylvania Superior Court decision wherein the appeals court held that the Delaware County trial court (Media) in determining the father's child support obligations by including in his available income accounts receivable from his business. The trial court erred by attributing funds to the father that were not available to him.

Counsel in a custody case in Delaware County (Media) wherein Father successfully defended his right to custody of his children despite allegations from a psychiatrist and a psychologist that he was sexually abusing his children.

Areas of Practice

  • Child Support

  • Spousal Support and Alimony

  • 10% Custody & Visitation

  • 45% Divorce

  • 45% Family Law

  • Protection from Abuse

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania, 1983

  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 1986

  • U.S. Court of Appeals 3rd Circuit, 1987

  • U.S. Court of Federal Claims, 1987


  • New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts, 1983
    Honors: Magna Cum Laude
    Honors: American Jurisprudence Award for Criminal Law
    Honors: New England Scholar, 1980-1983
    Law Journal: New England Journal of Law, Case Comment and Note Editor

  • Hobart William Smith College, Geneva, NY, 1980

Published Works

  • Note, The Massachusetts Juvenile Transfer Statute: Justice for Juvenile Offenders?, 8 N. Eng. J. Prison L. 483, 1982

Representative Cases

  • Johnson v. Krebs, Chester County (West Chester)

  • Fitzgerald v. Kemp, Pennsylvania Superior Court


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