CLAIM FOR REIMBURSEMENT; OFFSETS. (a) For
purposes of this subchapter, a claim for reimbursement includes:
(1) payment by one marital estate of the unsecured
liabilities of another marital estate;
SUBCHAPTER E. CLAIMS FOR...
COURT ORDER FOR MANAGEMENT, CONTROL, AND
DISPOSITION OF COMMUNITY PROPERTY. (a) After hearing the evidence
in a suit under this subchapter, the court, on terms the court
considers just and equitable, shall render an order describing...
MISSING, ABANDONED, OR SEPARATED SPOUSE. (a) A
spouse may file a sworn petition stating the facts that make it
desirable for the petitioning spouse to manage, control, and dispose
of community property described or defined in the petition that...
ORDER IN WHICH PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO EXECUTION.
(a) A judge may determine, as deemed just and equitable, the order
in which particular separate or community property is subject to
execution and sale to satisfy a judgment, if the property...
All community property is subject to tortious liability of
either spouse incurred during marriage.
SPOUSAL LIABILITY. (a) A person is personally
liable for the acts of the person's spouse only if:
(1) the spouse acts as an agent for the person; or
(2) the spouse incurs a debt for necessaries as provided by
Subchapter F, Chapter 2.
MANAGING COMMUNITY PROPERTY. (a) During marriage,
each spouse has the sole management, control, and disposition of the
community property that the spouse would have owned if single,
(1) personal earnings;
(2) revenue from separate...
PROPERTY INTEREST IN CERTAIN INSURANCE PROCEEDS.
(a) Insurance proceeds paid or payable that arise from a casualty
loss to property during marriage are characterized in the same manner
as the property to which the claim is attributable.
PROPERTY INTEREST IN CERTAIN EMPLOYEE BENEFITS.
(c) The separate property interest of a spouse in a defined
contribution retirement plan may be traced using the tracing and
characterization principles that apply to a nonretirement asset.