Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Family Law
litigation attorney in Tennessee. Thanks for your question, but I'm sorry for your trouble.
UNLESS there is a restraining order
against you that orders you not to contact your wife and/or not to go back home, then you have a legal right to go there whenever you want - - it's your property. However, if you are afraid that she may claim that you have assaulted, harassed, threated, etc. her, then that's a big problem as it could mess up your probation and send you to jail.
Even if her allegations aren't true, the allegations could violation your probation. Thus, if you don't have a good feeling about returning home, it may be best if you didn't. If there's any other possible place you could go, that's an option.
The only other thing I can think of is if you file for divorce and get a court order allowing you to return to the marital home.
As I said, there's nothing illegal or preventing you from returning home IF there's no restraining order, but you don't want to put yourself in a position that could result in domestic violence
charges or a probation violation.