Please provide a little more detail. Who is this person? And why don't you want them on your property?
I see. Well, if he has caused you to be concerned for your wellbeing then you could try to file a restraining order. But there would have had to be some type of altercation wherein he placed you in fear of imminent danger.
Other than that, if your wife's name is XXXXX XXXXX property then she has just as much right to allow him on as you have to say you don't want him there.
You can tell him you not want him on the property and explain that you will call the police and have him removed as a trespasser. Though is your wife is there she can say she invited him and the police will not assist.
Basically, you and your family will need to come to terms with this matter. Your legal recourse is minimal if you cannot get the restraining order.
Yes. You both own the property and are entitled to have guests in your home. It is a rock and a hard spot.
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