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The police will not be interested but he is entitled to gain access.
If you do not let him in then he is entitled to change the locks and sue you for the cost. He can't be excluded because you do not want him there I'm afraid.
You can go though. Nobody can prevent you doing so.
Sorry if that is bad news.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Yes, I understand.
Those are not grounds to exclude him from his property I'm afraid.
No but if you do not then he can change the locks and sue you for the cost. He can't be excluded because you do not want him there I'm afraid.
It may be.
It is the matrimonial home and he is entitled to be there.
Yes, but then you face the risk of liability if he incurs cost.