Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Family Law
litigation attorney in Tennessee. Thanks for your question.
This is a very difficult situation when you and your husband are not in agreement on how to handle the matter. Generally speaking, if you and your husband agreed, you could demand that he vacate the property immediately, and if he fails or refuses to do so, you could file civil trespassing charges in general sessions court and get a court order directing him to vacate. If he failed to do so at that point, you could get the authorities to remove him from the home.
However, if your husband is not willing to do this, the best way you can get something done is by filing harassment, assault and battery charges against your son for the altercation you had. You can ask the judge at the hearing for a restraining order
. If the judge imposes a restraining order - - ruling that he must stay away from you - that would require him to vacate the house in order to stay away from you.
The best result would be if your husband will take your side and you can have him removed through the civil trespassing process. Otherwise, you'll have to file criminal charges and ask the court to order him out. via restraining order.