Neal R. Pearlstine


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Neal Pearlstine is of counsel to Hladik, Onorato & Federman, LLP. Neal’s estate planning, corporate and banking clients benefit from his more than three decades of experience in the practice of law. A native of Lansdale, Neal was afforded a first-hand look at the practice of law by his father, longtime Montgomery County attorney, Jules Pearlstine.

After graduating from the University of Denver, Neal worked in his father’s law office as a paralegal spending much of his time handling real estate closings. At his father’s prompting, he enrolled in Cumberland School of Law from which he received his J.D. degree. He also received an LLM degree in Taxation from Villanova University in 1989.

Prior to joining Hladik, Onorato & Federman, LLP, Neal was on the management committee of a larger law firm and had his own legal practice focusing on corporate law, real estate, wills and estates and the documentary aspects of banking, areas on which his legal practice is currently concentrated. Neal currently serves as Solicitor of the Upper Gwynedd Township Industrial Development Authority and formerly served as Solicitor of the Hatfield Township Zoning Hearing Board.

Neal is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the Supreme Court of Florida, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

Actively engaged in the community, Neal was a founding member North Penn Chamber of Commerce Foundation and past Chairman of the North Penn Chamber of Commerce (now the Penn Suburban Chamber) and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Abramson Center for Jewish Life located in Horsham, PA; Abington Health Foundation; Volunteer Medical Service of Corps of Lansdale. Neal also serves on the finance and investment committees of the North Penn Community Health Foundation and, Abington Health Foundation and Abramson Center for Jewish Life and Volunteer Medical Service of Corps of Lansdale.


“The sense that you’ve helped people is the most valuable psychological reward and the best part about being a lawyer.”