Sometimes of course the police must be called. Also, in Florida, you can apply for a domestic violence restraining order and you don’t initially have to notify them that you’re trying to get one. (speak with the local court clerk or an attorney) If a restraining order is issued without this notice to the other side, later there will be a court hearing where your spouse can try and defend themself. You can try and get a restraining order even before a Florida divorce is filed.
Aside from this type of restraining order, the divorce judge can eject your spouse from the house if there is violence or conduct bad enough to warrant ejection. (especially where children are involved) Such conduct could incluede verbal harrassment. The court could also order your spouse to stay away from you. And you don’t have to wait for the end of the case to ask the court to rule on these matters. They can be brought up at the beginning.