You will not be able to get a "decree" signed by the court on this issue, prior to finalizing the divorce. However, you and your spouse can reach an agreement that can be filed with the court, before finalizing the divorce, wherein you both are awarded certain property as your separate property and can therefore dispose of it how you wish. If you want to pursue something along those lines, I strongly suggest you consult with a Family Law attorney.
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Hire a lawyer. Getting your divorce done quickly is probably the most efficient way to resolve your issues.
If custody issues are going to drag out, your lawyer (do not try this pro se) can draft a partition agreement.
Temporary orders might solve your problem while the case is pending.
All in all it sounds as though you will benefit greatly from the advice of a lawyer. You have complex issues and you do not need to be re-inventing the wheel. Get someone with experience on your team.
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You did not indicate whether either you or your husband has actually filed for divorce. Please see a lawyer in your area before you sign any document giving up your interest in ANY property, especially real estate. You need the assistance of an experienced attorney in order to make this partial agreement enforceable.
Best of luck!
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