One important aspect of co-parenting after divorce is planning for who will have the children on holidays and other special occasions throughout the year. Halloween is coming up, and with the right planning, this particularly kid-focused holiday can be positively memorable for parents and children alike. What you don't want to do as a parent is leave the planning until the last minute.
An important question to ask: does your parenting plan clearly address the holiday? If you are currently going through a divorce and don't yet have an arrangement that includes holiday provisions, then it is important to communicate with your co-parent well in advance. If you do have a child custody arrangement, then now is a good time to review it just so you're clear on the plan.