there was a situation of infidelity and she wants me to sleep in another room and not enter our bedroom. She blocked me from calling her phone and ask that I only email her. We have a son together and I wanted to maintain communication in case of emergency. I believe she is getting unfit counseling from church pastors /leaders in which I no longer attend the church.
No she cannot lock your out of any part of the house.
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If you respect her wishes for a time, she may forgive you. If you do not, you may be on the way to divorce.
A few observations in addition to the already helpful information provided by counsel. Refusing sexual relations is potentially grounds for divorce under an "excessively cruel conduct" theory. But, if it is in response to an affair, same may be justifiable. Resumption of sexual relations could preclude her from an adultery ground. That is known as "condonation." She can't bar you from your room. Nor can she refuse communication with/about your son. When you sign up to be a parent, you have to maintain communication for the benefit of the child.
As far as bad advice is concerned, there is nothing you can do about that.
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