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Is there such thing as a cousin in law?


According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, the spouse of cousins is considered a cousin-in-law. For example, if John is Robert's cousin, then John's wife Mary is Robert's cousin-in-law. Cousins-in-law are not considered relatives for many legal qualifications since they are not genetically related.

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