Question: Can you marry your brothers ex wife?

Is an ex wife considered family legally?

Immediate Family Members means with respect to any individual, such individuals child, stepchild, grandchild or more remote descendant, parent, stepparent, grandparent, spouse, former spouse, qualified domestic partner, sibling, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son-in-law and daughter-in-law (including adoptive

Can I marry my deceased wifes sister?

Consequently, marriage with a deceased wifes sister is illegal, owing to the union of blood, according to the law of God and therefore nature——Man and wife are one flesh.

Can a brother marry?

Siblings cannot marry in the United States Many states outlaw sexual relationships between siblings and between parents and their children, and no state allows siblings to marry. As for the supposed Supreme Court ruling in favour of a brother and sister called James and Victoria Banes, it never took place.

Can you marry your sibling?

It is still illegal to marry your half or full sibling in all fifty states of the US, because some people like to control the lives of others. There is no good reason to deny any consenting adults their right to marry, and eventually, our laws will catch up with that.

Does getting married affect child support?

Remarriage and Child Support If you, as the non-custodial parent, get remarried, your child support responsibility does not change. The courts do not consider the financial support for your children from a previous marriage to be the legal responsibility of your new spouse.

Can a man marry his dead wifes sister?

According to ecclesiastical law, a widower could not marry his wifes sister and a widow could not marry her husbands brother as these marriages were within the prohibited degrees.

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