Hi, thank you for your question. If there is a risk towards you and/or the children if he were to return to the property you can immediately apply to your local family court for a non-molestation order (an injunction) and an occupation order (preventing him returning to the property). This can be done on form FL401. If granted and he breaches it he will be liable for arrest.
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You can do it yourself and do not necessarily require legal representation. If he is found guilty of a domestic violence offence then the criminal court may impose a restraining order which will have the same impact as a non-molestation order.
If no restraining order is made then you can immediately go to the family court to apply for the orders in person and urgently if bail is lifted and no restraining order is made.