This means that the spouses can enter into a written agreement on the division of the spouses` property and liabilities and on the maintenance of one of the spouses. The agreement may be reviewed or rejected prior to the transfer of the divorce or annulment, unless the agreement is binding under another legal standard. The parties to the divorce may enter into written agreements providing for the maintenance of the spouse or the division of the estate. The court of first instance may then include such agreements in the final divorce judgment. Divorce agreements that are included in a final divorce decree are considered contracts. A court-approved AID included in a final divorce decree is enforceable as part of the judgment. An incident divorce agreement (AID) is a great tool for people who are divorcing. .