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Yes. It is possible he may be planning for a divorce (by lowering his income and spending community property such as the 401k so there is less to split in the end). If you believe that this is a possibility, you should consult a family law attorney that can assist you with planning for what you believe to be coming. Aside from that, the only ways you would really be able to prevent him from continuing to spend you into oblivion would be to actually get a divorce and separate all of your finances now or if you can somehow have him declared mentally incapacitated (if he really is and is undiagnosed) and appoint yourself as his power of attorney/guardian. Aside from that, you are bound to him for the ride.
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You could try to go to court by yourself to get the injunctions, but this is a difficult process. You should seek an attorney for this process.
The following link provides information on how to declare someone mentally incapacitated: http://blogs.findlaw.com/law_and_life/2013/09/legal-how-to-declaring-someone-incompetent.html