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Halloween doesn't need to be scary after a divorce

It's just a few days until the witches fly, pirates rattle their sabers and goblins appear at your door. Yes, Halloween is here. For parents of young kids, it can be a wonderful evening of walking around your McLean neighborhood, showing off your adorable ghosts and superheroes. For divorced parents, Halloween can sometimes illuminate disagreements over bedtimes, diet, parenting time and holiday schedules, among other difficult child custody disputes.

Family law trend: Prenups on the rise for millennials

Recent news articles about research and census data make it plain that millennials are much less likely to dive into marriages than their parents or grandparents were. People today are waiting longer to marry, which means they often carry more significant financial assets with them across the threshold than did previous generations when they married.

Can divorce make you a better parent?

Parents who divorce and then share custody are forced to learn what life is like without their children. For some, they have their kids for a few days and then hand them over to their other parent for a few days before the cycle repeats itself. Other divorced parents have other custody-sharing arrangements, but the element they all have in common is that parents have their kids on some days and are without them on other days.

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