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About Randle Palmer & Bernays

About RPB Tucson

About RPB Tucson. We are Matthew Randle, Uri Palmer, and Kayla Bernays.

With the joining of two firms — previously known as the Law Office of Matthew Randle and Arizona Child & Family Law Office — RPBTucson approaches family law with a family-first mentality and grace because that’s all that matters in the end. Please follow along on social media, or send us your email to get in touch for a personal consultation. If you want to know more about RPB Tucson, we look forward to hearing from you.

Matthew Randle

After serving honorably in the United States Army, Matt returned home and completed an undergraduate degree at the University of Arizona as a Pat Tillman Scholar before moving onto his law degree from The James E. Rogers College of Law. He and wife Holly have four boys, and proudly continue serving the veteran and Tucson communities outside of the practice.

Uri Palmer

A Tucson Native, father of two, and graduate of the University of Arizona. Uri then obtained a law degree from the George Mason University. Uri is also a member of the Arizona State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Pima County Bar Association, and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.

Kayla Bernays

A Phoenician establishing her roots in Tucson, Kayla has received two degrees from the University of Arizona (anthropology, law) while meeting and marrying her wife and building their home together. A collection of eclectic experiences serve her well in approaching a variety of family, juvenile, and probate legal cases.

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