The exception for a non biological parent to have legal rights to a child is if that person had legally adopted the child.
The stepfather might be able to get a no contact order against the person for himself and/or keep the person from entering his property depending upon how the ownership of the property is established.
No he cannot, he isn't your biological father and your boyfriend hasn't done anything wrong
No, but when you turn 18 you can request that the court lift the order.
nothing. if you married him he would be their stepfather
Get a restraining order.
If he is naming the minor involved as the reason for the order, then no, he would not be able to do so as he is not the biological parent. However, if he is placing the order for himself and the protection of his property then he has every legal right to take the action. Therefore if the minor lives in a home that is owned by the stepfather the young man in question would be barred from the residence if the order was granted.
Techically he can't get a restraining order against the boyfriend because it would probably be against the law.
Call the police and/or get a restraining order.
Only if the boyfriend is a disturbance to the mother because the daughter and boyfriend are both adults.
If he's stalking you, then he isn't your boyfriend. If it's a problem, tell him to stop. If he refuses, then get a restraining order.
Probably yes. _______ The more important question here is why would one still refer to a person with an active restraining order as their boyfriend.
You will need to contact the police or the courts to get restraining order against an ex in Riverside, CA.