Mr. Stockton graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Rutgers University in 1983. He earned his law degree from Rutgers Law School-Camden in 1986 and served as a law clerk to Judges Dominick J. Ferrelli and Anthony P. Tunney of the New Jersey Superior Court. He was admitted to the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bars in 1986. Mr. Stockton specializes in all aspects of family law including divorce, custody and domestic violence and he is an experienced divorce mediator. He has served as a Court-appointed … View full bio
helping people to resolve their differences
Mediation offers people who are going through a divorce the ability to take control of their own lives and make
their own decisions about their future. Instead of fighting in court and wasting a lot of money, people who
participate in divorce mediation are able to productively resolve their differences and reach a fair
agreement that enables them both to move forward with their lives.
Moorestown Mediation Center specializes in Divorce Mediation Services which provides a method by which people can agree on an amicable resolution of all issues which arise out of separation and divorce. It presents people who are in the process of getting divorced with an alternative to time-consuming and expensive litigation. Mediation allows people to avoid the stress and strain of litigation and to remain in control of the process. It is the purpose of the mediator to help the two parties to reach a mutually acceptable agreement which is fair.
Mediation is less expensive, less time consuming and less stressful than traditional divorce litigation. With the help of a mediator, you can reach a fair agreement in much less time and save a lot of money compared with going to court. And most importantly, mediation is much less traumatic for children of divorcing parents. Mediation gives you control over your divorce and allows you to focus on what is best for your children.
Mediation significantly reduces the impact of divorce on children of divorcing parties. Studies have shown that children of divorced parents who are able to remain somewhat amicable during and after the divorce actually have less problems and grow up to be happier than the children of parents who stay together in a dysfunctional marriage.