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How to Trick-or-Treat, Pumpkin-Pick, or Do Any Fall Activity With Your Ex-Husband

I'm almost divorced. I'm in that yucky period of divorce in which mediators or lawyers (in our case, a mediator) are called upon to dissect your financial information and life in order to determine a serious course of postmarriage action. So far, both parties - my ex-husband and myself - have remained intact. No one has gone on a wild drinking bender, become a Hare Krishna, or decided to twerk on a high school cheerleading squad or football team.
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