The absolute community of property is liable for:
1. The support of the spouses, their common children, and legitimate children of either spouse, however, the support of illegitimate children shall be governed by the provisions of this code on support.
2. All debt and obligations contracted during the marriage by the designated administrator spouse for the benefit of the community, or by both spouses, or by one spouse with the consent of the other.
3. Debts and obligations contracted by either spouse without consent of the other to the extent that the family may have benefited.
4. All taxes, liens, charges, and expenses, including major or minor repairs, upon the Community Property.
5. All taxes and expenses for mere preservation made during the marriage upon the separate property of either spouse used by the family.
6. Expenses to enable either spouse to commence or complete a professional or vocational course or other activity for self-improvement.
7. Antenuptial debts of either spouse insofar as they have redounded to the benefit of the family.
8. The vale of what is donated or promised by both spouses in favor of their commo legitimate children for the exclusive purpose of commencing or completing a professional for vocational course or other activity for self-improvement.
9. Antenuptial debts of either spouse other than those falling under paragraph 7 of this article, the support of legitimate children of either spouse, and liabilities incurred by eithr spouse by reaosn of a crime or a quasi delict, in case of absence or insufficiency of the exclusive property of teh debtor spouse, the payment of which shall be considered as advances to be deducted from teh share of the debtor spouse upon liquidation of the community, and;
10. Expenses of litigation between the spouses unless the suit is found to be groundless.
If the community property is sufficient to cover foregoing liabilities, except those falling under par 9, the spouses can be solidarily liable for the unpaid balance with their separate properties.