It's not clear whether you are renting right now or the home is owned by you/him.
I believe consulting your attorney/landlord at this point is wise. However, as a first step and in order for you to do some background research, please review the following document to try and find a match for your specific situation so you have a better idea of what your options are:
This is a very useful document. Considering the current volatile environment, I would suggest you print those sections applicable to your situation and going somewhere where you do not feel threatened to read them.