To qualify for a Civil Protection Order, the victim must be a family or household member of the abuser. “Family or household member” means any of the following:
(a) Any of the following who is residing with or has resided with the abuser.
(i) A spouse, a person living as a spouse, or a former spouse of the abuser.
(ii) A parent or a child of the abuser, or another person related by marriage or blood to the abuser.
(iii) A parent or a child of a spouse, person living as a spouse, or former spouse of the abuser, or another person related by blood or marriage to a spouse, person living as a spouse, or former spouse of the abuser.
(b) The natural parent of any child of whom the abuser is the other natural parent or is the putative other natural parent.
“Person living as a spouse” means a person who is living or has lived with the abuser in a common law marital relationship, who otherwise is cohabiting with the abuser, or who otherwise has cohabited with the abuser within five years prior to the date of the alleged occurrence of the act in question.