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I'm sorry to hear about your situation. So, generally you are allowed access to the marital home unless there is a protection order against you that has been issued by the courts. Typically, the court will require that if you have a protection order against someone, that you must stay away from the restrained person. There is usually nothing saying that you have to be at the home with a police officer unless the court specifically required that you have one at the time you see them. What other questions did you have for me today?