The thing is however, even if your family is not at the location of the attack and therefore not in immediate danger, they will still depend on you later.
If you go in as a lone operator (for a lack of a better word) there are a thousand things which can go wrong and get you killed.
That is in spite of your equipment and skills. Those will stack the odds a bit more in your favor but some things are just random and out of your influence.
If you do room clearing alone such a thing as simple as looking in the right corner first while the threat is positioned in the left can be a gameover.
You also might not have much intel on how many threats might engage you.
Then there is the problem of (more often than not poorly trained) first responders confusing you with the threat (which can be mitigated as has been discussed here) and then shooting at you.
Long story short, you could get killed or severly injured in the process and therefore not be able to further provide for and protect your family.
Please donīt take that as my advice to anyone of just getting out and run.
It is something to take into consideration when making a decision.