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The African-American Guide to Divorce & Drama:
Breaking Up Without Breaking Down

The African-American Guide to Divorce & Drama:
Breaking Up Without Breaking Down

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4 reviews for The African-American Guide to Divorce & Drama:
Breaking Up Without Breaking Down

  1. E. Faye Williams, MPA, PhD, DMin, Esq., National Chair, National Congress of Black Women, Inc.

    “[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.

  2. Dr. Joan M. Payne-Hill, sociologist

    “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.”

  3. Stephen A. Parker, PhD, NCC, professor of psychology, (Ret.)

    “[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.”

  4. David R. Askew, Esq., CEO and general counsel, National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms

    “[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.”

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Weight 26 oz
Dimensions 6.2 x 1.1 x 9.2 in
Type

Hardcover, eBook