Gina A. Pasquini

T: (203) 226-7812, ext. 220

F: (203) 221-0300

Gina A. Pasquini


Attorney Pasquini is one of Connecticut's leading attorneys in family and matrimonial law. Her Westport Connecticut practice focuses exclusively on matrimonial law, family law, prenuptial agreements, and divorce. She handles complex financial cases and has represented high profile clients dealing with a wide variety of complicated valuation and taxation issues.

She has held numerous leadership positions in local and state bar associations and has been appointed as a Special Master in two Courts. Renowned for her experience in settlement negotiation and complex economic issues in divorce and family court proceedings, Attorney Pasquini has lectured and written extensively on such topics as family case law review and valuation of assets in dissolution of marriage cases.

Family law matters tend to be extremely sensitive and challenging for clients. For over two decades, Attorney Pasquini has devoted herself to practicing compassionate, skilled family law and to steering her clients through these difficult situations with patience and sensitivity. Her interpersonal skills and insight help her clients determine what is in their best interests and how to address their needs creatively, thoroughly, and as expeditiously as possible.

Attorney Pasquini is admitted to practice in Connecticut and in the Connecticut Federal District Court. She received her B.S. from Bates College in 1980 and her J.D. from University of Bridgeport/Quinnipiac School of Law in 1985. her office is located at 19 Ludlow Road, Suite 201 in Westport CT.

Bar Admissions

Connecticut, 1986

Federal District Court, Connecticut, 1986

Professional Affiliations/Memberships

Fairfield County Bar Association/Stamford/Norwalk Regional Bar Association

Vice-Chair, Family Law Committee, 1993-1994 Co-Chair,

Co-Chair, Family Law Committee, 1994-1996

Connecticut Bar Association (Member, 1987 - Present)

Connecticut Bar Association Family Law Section (Treasurer, 1995-1996; Secretary, 1996-1997; CLE Director, 1997-1998; Vice-Chair, 1998-1999; Chair, 1999-2000)
Family Law Section Executive Committee, 1991 - Present
Committee on the Role of the Attorney for the Minor Child, 1989-1996
Custody Think Tank, 1993 - 1994
Child Support Guidelines Think Tank and Committee, 1994-1996
Family Law Video/CD Committee, 2004-2005

American Bar Association (Member, Sections on Family Law and Taxation)

Court Appointments

Special Master at Stamford Superior Court
Special Master at Bridgeport Superior Court


Guardian Ad Litem/Attorney for the Minor Child Comprehensive Basic Training, 4/15/11


Co-Author: "Toxic Hazards in the Office Environment from a Legal Perspective," and Guest Editor, 5 Toxic Substances Journal, Winter, 1983-1984

"The Role of the Attorney for the Minor Child Revisited," Connecticut Family Lawyer, Fall, 1991


Lecturer on numerous family law topics, including: CBA/CLE Seminar on the Strategy and Management of the Key Stages of a Matrimonial Case: The Core Skills, November, 1990; CBA/CLE Symposium on Significant Issues Facing the Practice of Matrimonial Law, 1993; annually at the September CBA Family Law Section Meeting on Recent Developments in Family Case Law, 1991-1995; Annual CBA Meeting on Matrimonial Pendente Lite Motion Practice, 1994; Mid-Year CBA Meeting on Recent Developments in Family Law Cases, 1994; every other month at the CBA/Family Law Section monthly meetings on Recent Developments in Family Law Cases, 1991-1995; and CBA Seminar The Bulletproof Financial Affidavit, June 2003.


Bates College, B.S. Biology, 1980

University College of Swansea, Wales, 1978-1979

University of Bridgeport/Quinnipiac School of Law, J.D., 1985

Practice Areas

  • Divorce/Matrimonial Law
  • Family Law
  • Prenuptial Agreements
  • Alimony/Child Support
  • Property Division
  • Child Custody
  • Complex Asset Valuation