Hi, thank you for the kind accept. I noted your question in your kind feedback, about whether purposely urininating could constitute that danger noted above, to himself or others. Interesting question - and I have never heard of it. However! If this is intentional behavior (not a result of an inability to control his bladder), it may be a form of domestic violence
, destruction of your property, etc. If he urinates ON you, purposely, that is an assault. You could feasibly have him charged with same (and you needn't call 911, since it is not necessarily a life or death matter at that point in tme) and he can be prosecuted, possibly get jailtime, etc. That would get him out of the house, and if you could secure a restraining order based on that or any additional threats or drunken violent behavior, that would keep him out even longer.
Good luck! (Also know that you can divorce him even if you love him and remarry him later if you want and he wants.) That may force him to get help, will get you two to not live under the same roof, and again, get him out of the house as you wish. You can always invite him back in after you successfully get him out.