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Many divorcing parents strongly believe a house itself represents stability and security for the children. They are afraid to sell the house for fear of adding to the children's upheaval. These feelings are valid and understandable. However, parents who allow their fears and emotions about the child's welfare to surpass common sense and sound financial planning as drivers of decision making about the house often find it is their undoing.
What is the difference between an “Agreement Incident to Divorce" (AID) and a “Mediated Settlement Agreement" (MSA) in Texas? Both are legal documents a married couple can sign to put into writing their agreements about the terms of their divorce before the judge signs the divorce decree. But that is just about the only similarity, and the differences can mess up everything if spouses choose the wrong one.