Alsenz v. Alsenz
In Alsenz v. Alsenz, 101 S.W.3d 648, 651-52 (Tex. App.--Houston [1st Dist.] 2003, pet. denied), the appellant contended that the trial court's rendition and decree were confusing and that he could not discern what amounts were allowed for the parties' reimbursement claims. Alsenz, 101 S.W.3d at 652.
The Court held that, because the attachment to the decree clearly identified the nature and source of the couple's financial assets and debts, the claims for reimbursement, and the proportion of the division, it was possible for us to follow each asset, claim, and debt from its inception to its disposition. Id.
Hence, the appellant was not harmed by the absence of findings and conclusions. Id.