Gregory A. Pasler Profile

Gregory  A.  Pasler  is  an  attorney  with  Weinberger  Divorce  &  Family  Law  Group.  He received  his  Juris  Doctorate  from  Seton  Hall  University  School  of  Law, where  he  was the recipient of the prestigious Distinguished Law and Faculty Law Scholarships, which are  awarded  to  exceptional incoming  students. While  attending law  school,  Mr.  Pasler was named a Distinguished Public Interest Scholar and was awarded a Public Interest Law  Fellowship.  He  was  also  chosen  to  be  a  member  of  the  Seton Hall  Center  for Social  Justice  where  he  provided  legal  aid  services  in  the  area  of  family  law  to  local Newark, New Jersey residents. After Mr. Pasler’s graduation from law school, he served as  a  judicial  law  clerk  to  the  Honorable  Robert  J.  Mega  J.S.C.,  Judge of  the  Superior Court   in   Union   County.   Prior   to   attending   law   school,   Mr.   Pasler   received   his undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Science, in Management, cum laude, with a minor in Business Law and Ethics from Fairfield University.

Admitted  to  the  New  Jersey,  New  York,  and  New  Jersey  District  Court  Bars,  Mr. Pasler’s legal experience has primarily concentrated on the practice of matrimonial and family  law.  He  has  experience in  all  facets  of  family  law  litigation  and  settlement negotiations  including  contested  issues  of  custody,  parenting  time, child  support, alimony,  equitable  distribution  of  assets,  and  domestic  violence.  As  a family  law attorney, Mr. Pasler has successfully represented clients at both the trial and appellate levels in a variety of proceedings.

Mr. Pasler has a history of providing  volunteer legal services for the Battered Women’s Legal  Advocacy  Project,  representing  victims  of  domestic  violence  in  Court  while  also assisting  with  matters  involving  parenting  time,  custody,  and  child  support.  He  also volunteers  at  the  County  College  of  Morris,  Women’s  Center,  where  he lectures  on family law topics, provides legal advice and is a contributor to the monthly newsletter.

Mr. Pasler is a qualified Family Law Mediator. He has also been selected and approved by the court to be an Early Settlement Panelist in Somerset and Hunterdon counties.

Mr. Pasler is also trained in the alternative dispute resolution method of collaborative divorce, which better enables (him/her) to avoid litigation through this non-adversarial settlement process.

Mr.  Pasler  is  a  member  of  the  New  Jersey  Bar  Association,  Family  Law  Division, American  Bar  Association,  the  Somerset  County  Bar  Association  and  the  New  Jersey Collaborative  Law  Group.  Mr.  Pasler has  also  served  as  a  volunteer for  the  court’s  on the  Early  Settlement  Panel  (ESP)  program,  for  both  Hunterdon  County  and  Somerset County, helping litigants resolve their divorce cases.

Mr. Pasler has been named by the American Institute of Legal Counsel as one of the 10 Best Client Satisfaction for Family Law and Top 10 Under 40 in New Jersey.


* American Institute of Family Law (10 Best Client Satisfaction; Top 10 Under 40) “To be named an attorney must be formally nominated by the board, client, and/or fellow Attorney; have attained the highest degree of professional achievement in his or her field of law; and having done so with an impeccable Client Satisfaction rating. To learn more about the selection process see No aspect of this has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Areas of Practice:

  • Family and Matrimonial Law
  • Divorce and Legal Separations
  • Dissolution of Domestic Partnerships/Civil Unions and Same Sex Marriages
  • Child Custody
  • Visitation and Parenting Time
  • Alimony and Palimony
  • Division of Assets - Equitable Distribution
  • Pre and Post-Nuptial Agreements
  • Children’s Educational Needs
  • Emancipation
  • Modification of Custody
  • Modification of Child Support
  • Modification, Reduction or Termination of Alimony
  • Enforcement of Custody
  • Enforcement of Child Support
  • Enforcement of Alimony
  • Paternity
  • Grandparent’s Rights
  • Domestic Violence Matters
  • Post Divorce Matters
  • Relocation out of the State of New Jersey with a child
  • Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P - formerly DYFS)

Certifications / Specialties:

Qualified Family Law Mediator
Qualified and Trained Collaborative Law Attorney

Bar Admissions:

New Jersey
U.S. District Court of New Jersey
New York


Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey
Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut

Awards / Recognition:

10 Best Client Satisfaction for Family Law – American Institute of Legal Counsel
Top 10 Under 40 – American Institute of Family Law Attorneys

Professional Associations and Memberships:

New Jersey State Bar Association
– Family Law Section
– Young Lawyers Division

American Bar Association
– Family Law Section

Morris County Bar Association
– Family Law Section
– Young Lawyers Division

Volunteer Activities:

Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project
County College of Morris, Women’s Center