Randi P. GlanzRandi Glanz Clark Hill
Randi P. Glanz
Randi P. Glanz has been practicing law since 1991 and is a member of Clark Hill’s Birmingham office. Randi concentrates her practice in the areas of divorce and family law and represents men and women throughout Michigan, including the metro Detroit areas of Oakland, Wayne, Macomb, Livingston and Washtenaw Counties. Her practice includes advice and counseling in such areas as Child Custody, Parenting Time, Child Support, Paternity, Adoptions, Domestic Violence, Alimony/Spousal Support, Property Division, Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements, Grandparent's rights and Post-Judgment Proceedings. Prior to specializing exclusively in the area of Family Law, Randi also practiced insurance defense litigation as well as premise and product liability law.
As a speaker, author, and certified mediator, Randi is recognized as an authority in the areas of divorce and family law and has a unique, professional approach in handling family law matters. She believes that every client deserves the best representation possible and has developed a successful family law practice in which she is committed to her clients and their individual needs.
Randi was named one of Michigan's Notable Women Lawyers by Crain's Detroit Business in 2017 and selected by Michigan Lawyer’s Weekly as “Women in the Law” in 2013. She has been the recipient of other distinguished awards and is a contributing author in Ethics in Family Law with Aspatore Books. She is also a Fellow of the Oakland County Bar Foundation and a Fellow of the Michigan State Bar Foundation.
In addition to her Family Law Practice, Randi is dedicated to community affairs. She was a founding member and sat on the Board of Directors for The Michael Yendick Foundation for Children, an organization she and her family established in 2001 to raise funds for various children’s charities throughout the metropolitan Detroit area. She is a member and has sat on the board of directors (2002-2009) for the Michigan Chapter of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA). In 2001 Randi helped to develop the CCFA Michael Yendick Camp Adventure (k/n/a Camp Oasis), a summer camp program devoted to children diagnosed with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. She is a volunteer for a number of local charities and has devoted her time to caring for families and children in need of assistance.