There is a process where you can made the court order him out of the home while you are in the process of separation and/or divorce. It is called "divorce from bed and board," and it requires that you show the court/judge that your spouse is abusive, adulterous, addicted, or other similar "indignities." An order for divorce from bed and board can require that he move out in a reasonable time and grant you and your children possession of the home. You may also ask the court for post-separation support if you are dependent on him and you can also ask for a temporary order for child custody, as well as for child support.
A divorce from bed and board does not grant you an absolute divorce, so you won't be free to remarry until you've obtained an absolute divorce (one year separation required).
I strongly suggest you obtain an attorney in order to get this process going. In some cases, your attorney may be able to ask the court to order your husband to pay your reasonable attorney fees.
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