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E. Faye Williams, MPA, PhD, DMin, Esq., National Chair, National Congress of Black Women, Inc. – January 27, 2018
“[This book is] just what most attorneys who handle such cases have been waiting for to serve as a reference for clients about to go through this experience of divorce or separation . . . Thank you for this great guide. If followed, it will save couples a lot of heartache, indecision and money!” —E. Faye Williams, MPA, PhD, DMin, Esq., national chair, National Congress of Black Women, Inc.
Dr. Joan M. Payne-Hill, sociologist – January 27, 2018
“This guide . . . reveals the social forces, the dynamics of institutional powers and various cultural influences that permeate the basic concept of ‘divorce’ and its emotional characteristics . . . a must read for post-nuptial survival.”
Stephen A. Parker, PhD, NCC, professor of psychology, (Ret.) – January 27, 2018
“[This work is] comprehensive, down to earth and quite readable. It should be a must read for family counselors, ministers, and of course divorce lawyers.”
David R. Askew, Esq., CEO and general counsel, National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms – January 27, 2018
“[Attorney Barclay] provides much advice for divorcing litigants who desire to resolve or minimize much of the drama accompanying the divorce process and its aftermath . . . especially on behalf of children of divorce . . . Legal and other professionals will benefit greatly from Barclay’s culturally sensitive approach to drama remediation.”
Lisa – May 16, 2018
Fortunately, I found the book and the attorney, Lester L. Barclay, Esq.. I was a wreck from years of an abusive marriage and had NO IDEA of where or who to turn to. Someone referred me to Atty. Barclay who was easy to speak with and I knew he had my back. The book helped me understand divorce a lot better and I’m grateful for the book and Atty. Barclay!
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