Dec 1, 2013 ... You could consider his/her spouse to be your cousin-in-law. However, this term is
rather inaccurate because it could also describe your ...
Apr 13, 2016 ... The husband of my daughter is my son-in-law; the wife of my son is my ....
Example 1: What relation to you is Joe, your mother's cousin's ...
How are you related to another person - find out! ... The child of your aunt or
uncle. ... Removed: Distant by degrees in relationship; as, a cousin once
removed; means from ... The son of a brother or a sister, or of a brother-in-law or
Aug 30, 2013 ... I can't tell (without more context) if your brother-in-law is your sister's ... relations
are completely asymmetrical, but I will leave that for you to ...
... relation. Saying your cousin in law's sister would be the easiest and most
understandable approach. ... What relation is your cousins sister-in-law to you?
Therefore you and your dad's 1st cousins are 1st cousins once removed. ... How
do I convince my parents for a love marriage who is my cousin, after the big fight
Mar 24, 2013 ... When you get old enough that you and your first cousins have spouses, another
relation that isn't real but is is fun to say is "cousin-in-law".
If your father's brother and mother's sister get married and have children, should
there ... there a different relationship title between you and their children other
than "cousin"? ... Ani Ravi, Corporate Lawyer in London, Harvard Law School '11.
The same rules apply as between a woman and her former husband's relations.
The laws have since changed and you may now marry your father in law or your
So, my sister-in-law's brother's wife (her sister-in-law) is my .... If from your
generation, a "cousin," or much younger than you a "niece" or ...