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Drivers should be aware of fall hazards

Now that October is drawing to a close, you probably have noticed a change in the weather. There’s a chill in the air in the morning hours, the days are getting progressively shorter and leaves are beginning to fall from trees. Because of the changing weather conditions, drivers will have to change as well. After all, the hazards that drivers had to deal with during the summer driving season are different in the fall.

How pedestrians and drivers can be safe on Halloween

Halloween is still two weeks away, but it is still important for people who intend to be out that night to be mindful of the importance of safe driving. After all, scores of children will be canvassing neighborhoods in search of candy. Indeed, many little ones will be chaperoned by parents, but drivers should take additional measures of caution.  

Options for resolving parenting time disputes on Halloween

Halloween is likely one of a child’s favorite days of the year. Think about it; how many times during the year can you dress up to be someone (or something) else, and have people give you candy because of it? Yes, Halloween is once again upon us, and kids will be canvassing neighborhoods throughout Greensboro in search of candy.

Apps that can make co-parenting easier

Technology has made our lives easier in so many facets, it is certainly plausible that it can make post-divorce life simpler as well. After all, many parents struggle with the beginnings of a new life without the other parent, so they may end up trying to do many things on their own that they did not have to be responsible for while they were married. As such, there are many time-saving apps that new divorcees, as well as potential divorcees, should be aware of. We will share them through this post.

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