Thank you for your patience; unfortunately the legislature has deemed that a claim for reimbursement cannot be made; here is that statute:
Sec. 3.409. NONREIMBURSABLE CLAIMS. The court may not recognize a marital estate's claim for reimbursement for:
(1) the payment of child support, alimony, or spousal maintenance;
(2) the living expenses of a spouse or child of a spouse;
(3) contributions of property of a nominal value;
(4) the payment of a liability of a nominal amount; or
(5) a student loan owed by a spouse
A prenup or postnup can allow for reimbursement:
ec. 3.410. EFFECT OF MARITAL PROPERTY AGREEMENTS. A premarital or marital property agreement, whether executed before, on, or after September 1, 2009, that satisfies the requirements of Chapter 4 is effective to waive, release, assign, or partition a claim for economic contribution, reimbursement, or both, under this subchapter to the same extent the agreement would have been effective to waive, release, assign, or partition a claim for economic contribution, reimbursement, or both under the law as it existed immediately before September 1, 2009, unless the agreement provides otherwise.
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