Learning more about Constance Kresge Stickle

Family attorney and former police officer


Constance has lived in New Jersey for almost all of her life. Growing up in Hunterdon County, she moved to Sparta almost 20 years ago.  She has for many years, been deeply involved in the Sparta community, as a volunteer and a respected attorney. As an attorney, Constance is well trained. She graduated from the New Jersey City University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. She attended Seton Hall Law School in Newark, NJ and earned her Juris Doctorate in 2003. Constance served as a law clerk for the Honorable Amy O’Connor in Warren County Family Court and started her own firm here in Sparta in 2005.

Providing a unique perspective for your family

Constance is a retired New Jersey Police Officer and former law clerk.  She is an attorney who knows the justice system from all angles and will work with you towards the best resolution.  She has personal experience with blended families and the challenges of divorce.  Having helped raise her husband’s two children, she is well versed with the issues that arise.  We bring our two Brittany Spaniels (Dugan and Bentley) to the office almost every day and they are here to lend a kind ear or get a scratch or two.

A reputation for hard work

Through her volunteer and community engagement work, Ms. Stickle has earned a stellar reputation for integrity and hard work among her peers and judges.  Ms. Stickle frequently volunteers for the local non-profit agency Project Self-Sufficiency in Newton, New Jersey. She is also a volunteer attorney for the Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project in Morris County, New Jersey.  She often represents people who cannot afford legal representation through Legal Services of Northwest Jersey.