Destruction of property question

Can damage my cat has done to my home be considered destruction of property (marital misconduct)? It’s mainly cosmetic. Also, what about cluttered rooms? He’s been taking photos of these things and claims they’re grounds for such.

Mainly cosmetic damage, where something can still function properly, isn’t likely to be considered destruction of marital property.

Cluttered rooms isn’t likely to be considered destruction of property for equitable distribution purposes.

Anna Ayscue

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