Thank you for your follow up.
Unfortunately, generally, both spouses would have equal rights to the use of the marital property and one spouse cannot legally lock the other spouse out, without some type of a court order giving sole possession of the marital home to one spouse.
So, if the wife call police and asks to be given access back to the marital home, then police will in fact let the wife back in and would also require for the husband to provide the wife with the keys to new locks in the marital home.
Unfortunately, in some cases, spouses decide to make false claims of some type of domestic violence against other spouse in order to gain sole possession of marital home, since if the restraining order is granted, then the spouse accused of domestic violence and who is subject to the restraining order, would have to stay away from the other spouse's home and place of work, for as long as, the restraining order is active.
So, generally in a similar situation, it is important to consult and retain an experienced local family law attorney and to have this local attorney address all of the issues with your wife and the local attorney can make sure that your legal and parental rights are adequately protected.
You can find an experienced and skilled local family law attorney by using this established and reputable attorney information / referral websites:
When, choosing a local attorney to represent you, it would be a good idea to choose someone who has a practice exclusively dedicated to family law, has at least 10 years of experience and handled similar matters and also regularly practices before the court located in the jurisdiction where your matter might be heard.
I wish you the best of luck!