Randi is a family law attorney whose primary objective is to achieve her clients’ goals with compassion and zealous advocacy. Her family law practice includes divorce, support, premarital counseling, equitable distribution, custody, protection from abuse and adoption. Randi negotiates prenuptial, postnuptial and property settlement agreements, litigating in courts in Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia County in Pennsylvania and throughout southern New Jersey.
Randi is an aggressive, firm and effective advocate, yet she has a practical approach to achieving the best resolution for her clients. She exercises outstanding judgment and utilizes her keen business acumen to engage in early negotiation and settlement discussions when possible. She prides herself on providing timely, responsive individualized service to her clients and takes great strides to explain the legal process and prepare her clients for all phases of litigation, court appearances, mediation and evaluations. Adding to her wide range of legal experience, Randi has personally experienced divorce first hand. As a result, she exudes patience and understanding for her clients’ and their families’ emotional transition.
Before concentrating her practice in family law, Randi was a member of Klehr’s real estate and finance department and litigation department and concentrated her practice in commercial litigation, focusing on disputes and transactions involving real estate and finance, intellectual property, shareholder disputes and business divorce, trade secrets and employment law. Her diverse and extensive legal experience outside of family law provides her clients with the additional benefit of a trial lawyer who understands a variety of complex businesses, their corporate and financial structures, tax implications and economic effects of divorce.
Before returning to Klehr Harrison in 2007, Randi served as General Counsel of an artificial turf company. In this position, she was responsible for the company’s legal affairs, including negotiating and drafting contracts, managing litigation and outside legal counsel, as well as maintaining corporate filings and managing employment issues and enforcing the company’s intellectual property rights.
Temple University School of Law, J.D.
Pennsylvania State University, B.A.
Member, American, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and Montgomery County Bar Associations Family Law Section
Member, Chair Custody Committee (2014); Toby Dickman Seminar (2012); Child Advocates Committee & Bench Bar Committee, Montgomery County Bar Association (2010-present)
Executive Committee Member, Family Law Section of the Philadelphia County Bar Association (2014)
Co-Chair, Equitable Distribution Committee, Family Law Section of Philadelphia County Bar Association (2011-2012)
Member, Nicholas A. Cipriani Family Law American Inn of Court (Year-Present)
Member, Doris Jonas Freed American Inn of Court (Year-Present)
Board Member, Homeless Advocacy Project (2003-2009)
Volunteer and Fundraising Committee Member, Homeless Advocacy Project (1993-2011)
Volunteer and Large Firm Representative, Volunteers for the Indigent Program (1998-2000)
Judge of Elections, Middle 3 District, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (2005-2009)
Alternate Member, Whitemarsh Township Zoning Hearing Board (2006-present)
Board Member, Fashion Group International, Philadelphia Chapter (2011-2012)
Recipient, Harriett Robinson Gillock Memorial Award
Recipient, National Association of Women Lawyers Outstanding Law Graduate Award
Panelist, “PA Medical Marijuana Act: The Roll Out and What the Future Holds,” CLE Program, Delaware Valley Legal Expo & CLE Symposium, November 1, 2019
Guest, “Hot Tips in Divorce,” Dr. Sue and You Show, April 4, 2019
Presenter, “Medical Marijuana: Keeping Your Custody Case Out of the Weeds,” Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Family Law Winter Meeting, January 2019
Guest, “Title,” Dr. Sue and You, January 2019
Profiled, Philadelphia Style’s Dynamic Women of Philadelphia, September 2018
Author, “Marijuana’s Role in Child-Custody Case,” The Legal Intelligencer, July 14, 2015
Presenter, “One Hot Summer: Seasonable Issues Impacting Your Family Law Practice,” Family Law Section of the Montgomery Bar Association Presentation, June 3, 2015
Presenter, “Make Sure Prenup Terms are Clearly Defined,” Family Law Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association Presentation, Philadelphia Bar Reporter, Vol. 44, No. 6, June 2015 and Family Law Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association Presentation, May 4, 2015
Author, “Ask The Expert,” Philadelphia Wedding, Spring/Summer 2015
“Superior Court Mandates Trial Court To Provide Independent Judicial Analysis of Section 5328(a) Custody Factors In Custody Modification and Relocation Case,” PBA Family Lawyer, Vol. 36, No. 2, June 2014
Presenter, “Facebook Crawls in Courtroom Walls,” Temple Law Alumni Association’s Ethics CLE, June 2013
Presenter, “Business Evaluations and the Negative Marital Estate,” Philadelphia Bar Association’s Family Law Section podcast, May 7, 2013
“Interview on Halle Berry Relocation Case,” Fox News, Mike Jerrick, April 2013
Co-author, “I saw Mommy Kissing Lou From Accounting; Office Parties and Cheating,” Philadelphia Business Journal, December 11, 2012
Author, “Putting Children First: The Best Gift Divorced Parents Can Give Their Children This Holiday Season,” The Huffington Post, November 20, 2012
Author, “PreNup: Is It For You?” co-authored with David Steerman, prettypearbride.com, Fall 2012
Author, “What a Business-Owner Bride Should Know Before Tying the Knot,” Philadelphia Magazine Wedding Blog, July 2012
Author, “Do Kids Cause Divorce?” Philadelphia Magazine, August 2010
Guest, “Interview on Cohabitation Agreements,” Fox News, Jennaphr Frederick, May 2010
Guest, “Interview on the Pros and Cons of Prenuptial Agreement,” Fox News, Jennaphr Frederick, March 2010
Author, “In Down Economy, Some Firms See Uptick in Family Law,” The Legal Intelligencer, July 2010
Author, “A House Not Yet Divided,” Philadelphia Magazine, December 2009
Author, “The Warsaw Convention: Putting a Price on Life,” Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, Vol. 12:1, 1998