There's a family reunion happening for this specific familythe following family members are present mother father sister brother uncleaunt niece nephew and cousins the catch however is that there are?
Answer No. They are not related--if this is what you mean...If your father has a nephew, and your mother has a niece...you are related to BOTH of them (1st cousins). However, they are not related to each other (unless, of course, your parents themselves are cousins...etc.)
A term that covers nieces and nephews . Nibling denotes gender neutral noun of the son or daughter of a http://www.answers.com/topic/sibling , more commonly known as a http://www.answers.com/topic/cousin or a http://www.answers.com/topic/cousin . . Overview . The term was coined to accom…modate those instances where the gender of the child of a sibling is unknown such as when a sibling is first pregnant with a child. It is also used to avoid awkward inclusive gender-parsed phrases. A statement such as "I am going to visit my nephew and niece this weekend" can be easily reduced to "I am going to visit my niblings this weekend".. It is a very aesthetically pleasing term given its rhyming nature, symmetry to the term sibling and its dimension of meaning. The term conjures images of small cute creatures that affectionately nibble one out of house and home.. This entry is from Wikipedia, the leading user-contributed encyclopedia. It may not have been reviewed by professional editors (see http://www.answers.com/main/Record2?a=NR&url=http%3a%2f%2fen.wikipedia.org%2fwiki%2fWikipedia%3aGeneral disclaimer) ( Full Answer )
Your father wishes to gift his property to you and your 7 brothers and sisters Is an irrevocable trust the best way to do this and how would the family members take title to the property?
Father can simply execute a deed naming all 8 family members as the new owners, and perhaps reserve a life estate for himself. There may be gift tax implications if the property given is worth more than, say, $88,000 (the $11,000 annual U.S. exemption for individual gifts, times the number of people… receiving the gift). Each person could also be given a smaller portion, spread over a longer term, to avoid this gift tax problem. An "irrevocable trust", by itself, does not "gift" the property to anyone, except by its terms, which could be identical to the terms of a will, which would be a lot less complicated to establish and maintain. If the property is worth more than a million dollars, it may be worth having an estate planning attorney discuss planning and tax issues. ( Full Answer )
It truly is amazing that after all these years you can look on the internet and see very little of his siblings. I know that at one time there was communication. Sad isn't it to live in a shadow.
The mother father son daughter uncle aunt brother sister cousin nephew and niece of a family are all present at a family gathering A photo is taken of them all What is the least number of people?
Grrrrreat question 4 people is enough. I and my friend Maziar discuss about it and we deduce that 4 is the least number of peoples I explain it 1 man that is brother of 1 woman the man has 1 son , and the woman has 1 daughter they are 4 people the woman is the MOTHER the man is the …FATHER the man's son is the SON the woman's daughter is the DAUGHTER the man is the UNCLE of the daughter of the woman the woman is the AUNT of the son of the man man is BROTHER of the woman woman is the SISTER of the man each of the son of the man and the daughter of the woman are COUSINs of each other the son of the man is the NEPHEW of the woman the daughter of the woman is the NIECE of the man well... I say 2 because the woman could be a mother, sister, aunt, sister, daughter, and niece in her family. Like she has a kid, a mother or father, a brother or sister, a aunt or uncle, and a niece or nephew to say the least. the man could be a nephew, father, brother, son, and uncle in his family. similar reasoning as the womans. And they both could also have cousins, making them also cousins. ( Full Answer )
Your fathers cousin dies and left her home to a church that is no longer active you are her only living family member What happens to the house?
It is possible that you would get the house, however there are several considerations. First, if the church is not active in the sense that it is not operating but is still listed as an existing non-profit corporation, then the house would most likely still go to the church. If the church is no long…er in existence at all then the gift of the house would lapse and it would go into the residuary estate. Whoever gets the residuary estate under the will gets the house. The only way you could get the house is if no one gets the residuary estate. Then the residuary would pass by intestacy to you as long as you are the only blood relative. You should consult a lawyer for sure on this one, becasue there are many possibilities, even more than I have gone into here. ( Full Answer )
The smith family has a mother and father and 7 daughters each daughter has one brother how many people are in the family?
Common MISTAKE :16 because 2 parents + 7 girls=9 and if EACH girl has one brother add 7 to 9 and that's 16! Uhhh no duh.. its 16 is this a trick question? i think the part that says each daughter has one brother is supposed to be the tricky part.. but its definetly not.. Proper correct answer Ha…haha lol IS: It is the trick part ppl should watch out for it says : Each DAUGHTER has one brother so think about it ..... ALL DAUGHTERS have only one brother is the same as each SISTER having one brother (ITS A FAMILY REMEMBER)!!! Because it is a family and there is only one son in the family. So the correct answer would be 1MOM + 1DAD + 7Daughters + 1Brother = 10 in the family :) IF U GOT THE CORRECT ANSWER IN ONE TRY UR IN THE TOP 10% ( Full Answer )
Family reunions are about reconnecting relatives where sharing past and present experiences are the highlights other than just fellowships. Getting to know the past and present relatives they never met. A closer tie or stronger bonding as the end result
When many members of a family meet up after not seeing each other for a while
Your childless widowed aunt died and her heirs sister and brother are dead. There are 15 nieces and nephews. Who gets the money?
The person who receives your aunts inheritance will most likely bedetermined by her will. If there is no will, the court willprobably divide it between the nieces and nephews.
The baby will most likely have problems. Whatever you do...DON'T IN PREGNANT ANOTHER FAMILY MEMBER!
According to the table at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gentutor/chart.html Your common ancestor is your Great grandparent (you are their Great grandchild - Row 3). Your Grandmother's niece/nephew is their brother/sisters child making them your Great grandparent's grandchild (c…olumn 2). This makes you grandmother's niece/nephew your First Cousin once removed ( Full Answer )
You like your mom's partner's niece who like you as family and her cousin likes you and you like her as family what should you do?
Since this is your mom's partner's niece, she is a part of your family. The best thing would be for you to view her as family so there is no problem in the family. If you all like each other like family and find other people to be intimate with, your mom and partner would have a easier time with a…ll of you. ( Full Answer )
The Weasley kids are Bill, Charlie, Percy, Fred, George, Ron, Ginny. Fred and George are twins; Ginny, the youngest, is the only girl.
from the research, most gods are persephone's brothers and sisters. the only know not to be are posiden, zeus, hades, kronos, and choros.
sister No it would be Niece is to Nephew as Sister is to Brother. Niece and sister are both female, nephew and brother are both male.
4 in total\n. \n. \ntwo half siblings:- Trace-Male (in metro station) and Brandi-Female both older\n. \nand two full siblings:- Braison-Male (younger) and Noah -Female (younger)
he had 2 girls and 1 boy and was married and 3 sisters and 4 brothers
In relation to you:. A niece is the female child of your sibling. So yes, she is family through blood.. afterthought* Unless of course she is adopted, then it's not by blood - but family none-the-less.
Bass drum, snare drum, timpani, wind chimes, triangle, xylophone, bells, tamborune, cymbals, just to name a few.
No, however if he lives with you... you might be able to consider him immediate family.
There were 7 brothers--Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon, Brandon, Michael, Randy. Michael and Brandon are deceased. There are 3 sisters--Rebbie, LaToya, and Janet.
My nieces mother died she is 18 but has two younger sisters one of the sisters father is dead and the other sisters father is in prison who gets the minor children my niece or the grandparents?
well , . who ever you are think if you left them with 18 year old niece think is she mature to take care of them ?
well. the answer is........... aah! it is 9. 6 sons + 1 sister + mother + father = 9 see?
If your great uncle married into your family some of his nieces and nephews are your aunts or uncles (or your parent) and some are not related to you at all.
I am an 18 year old, I have three god children. all my best friends are ending up pregnant. the best thing family members can do to help pregnant mothers is be very supportive. cautious on the pregnant woman's moods. & Help a little when you notice a struggle. stress is very bad for a pregnant mothe…r. that's obvious. like i said before, mainly just be supportive, and offer help as much as possible. :) ( Full Answer )
Selena Gomez Has Many Cousins And Family Members . One Of Her Family Members Is "Brandon Newsom" In Texas , And She Has A Very Close Cousin Name : *Ayat Gomez* .
She had one child, John. She had 3 brothers. And her mothers name was Gretchen. Her fathers name was John George Ludwig.
You don't apply for it. The Sheetz Family Christmas group will tell your local participating Salvation Army to pick a certain amt of children (ex. our local chapter picks out 14 children this year) out of the community. Since they choose the children to be involved, there is no application process. …If you are asked to be included, you will get a form to fill out with the things your child enjoys, toys they wish for, ect. It's a great program and they do alot for the children. The programs that you can apply for are Project Bundle Up and the Christmas Assistance program. ( Full Answer )
In North Carolina if deceased has no will and the only living family is a sister-in-law a niece and a nephew how would the estate and deceased property be handled?
Generally, the niece and nephew would be the heirs at law under the laws of intestacy. You can check your state laws at the related question link below.
If you are first cousins with Sam because your mother and Sam's father are brother and sister What would Sam's mother's sister's son be to you?
Sam and his mother's sister's son are first cousins, just as you and Sam are first cousins. But you are not related to Sam's mother's sister's son.
Mother - Madre Father - Padre Sister - Hermana Brother - Hermano Aunt - Tia Uncle - Tio
The death of their twin brothers, Eteocles and Polyneices, and the issuing of a controversial decree are what just happen in the family of Antigone and Ismene. Eteocles and Polyneices are supposed to alternate years in a power sharing arrangement in the aftermath of the disgrace of their father and… half brother, Theban King Oedipus. But Eteocles refuses to share. In response, the exiled Polyneices marries into the Argive royal family. He thereby has powerful allies with which to launch an invasion. But the battle ends with Argive defeat, Theban victory, and the death of the two brothers. In response, Theban King Creon as regent issues a decree that contradicts divine law. By that decree, Thebans who die loyal to their city are allowed their god granted rights to proper funerary procedures and rituals. Thebans who die disloyal to the city aren't going to have their rights respected. Antigone doesn't like the law. She cares about both of her brothers. She cares about her standing in the underworld realm of the afterlife. She wants to be able to look gods and mortals in the face and say that she was in compliance with divine dictates. ( Full Answer )
It is a get together with your family. Usually all of your family,even distant relatives.
Often the family you live with is considered your immeadiate family. If you were killed they would be the first people contacted etc. so by this definition no, your cousin is not a direct family member. Often 'direct' family members are your parents, siblings etc.
It's called insest and it's illegal. Children born from parentsthat are blood relations tend to have birth defects.
your auntie.. your sisters father is your dad..your dads brother is your uncle..your uncles daughter is your cousin and your cousins mother is your auntie:)!
you would call your grandmas sisters brother couisns neice would be called: great niece haha i got one myself!
If your uncle is the brother of one of your parents, his niece is your sister or your first cousin, and you are related to them. If your uncle is the husband of a sister of one of your parents, his niece (daughter of one of his siblings) is not related to you.
No, not always. There are single moms and even single dads looking after their kids. Other kids may have two dads or two moms on their family. Some kids may have two dads AND two moms, especially if their biological parents filed for a divorce and married someone else. Kids can also have foster mom …and dads, or grandparents or aunts and uncles as their only source of family. Not every kid in the world is able to have a mom and a dad in their family. ( Full Answer )
no but you can randomly kiss a neighbor or somebody else if you have the inappropriate trait.
During a family reunion ceremony with Jehovah's Witnesses present is it ok to light a candle in remembrance of deceased family members?
If you wish to do so and it is not taking place in a Kingdom Hall (official meeting place of Jehovah's Witnesses) then I would think it would be ok.
im pretty sure they can but the mother is probably most responsible for the child You might have to go to court unless he pays volentarily.
Why some women finds a way to offend their husband's sisters by ignoring them and taking advantage of the sisters' craving to see their brothers nieces or nephews?
Maybe A. She doesn't get along with his sister therefore doesn't want to fulfill any desires that she has B. She may have jealousy of the sister-brother relationship when she comes around C. She may not approve of how the Aunt handles the children D. She may find satisfaction in being needed Or coul…d be some other underlying reason. ( Full Answer )
The English language does not have a term for a relationship between you and the wife of your cousin. She is not considered to be related to you and would be called "my cousin's wife" if you wanted to describe her rather than name her.
yes they did and here is the family members. . Wilbur wright . Orville wright . Katharine wright (youngest) . Lorin wright (second son) . Reuchlin wright (the eldest child) . Milton wright (father) . Susan wright (mother)
Since Katniss and Peeta both won the 74th annual Hunger Games, they and their families both live in the Victor's Village with Haymitch Abergathy.
If your cousin is married to one of your siblings, their children would be nephews and nieces, and also cousins once removed to your children. About half the states allow first cousins to marry, the rest allow no closer relationship than second cousins between marital partners. Another way it cou…ld happen is you marry somebody, and your cousin marries that somebody's brother or sister. Then the children of your cousin and your in-law would be nephews and nieces by marriage. ( Full Answer )
Yes. The term cousin is very broad, covering any different relationships between people descended from siblings. When you get more specific than simply "cousin," to describe more clearly which cousins type, then you talk about first, second, third, etc., cousins, and the term "removed" is used, as i…n "once removed," twice removed," etc. do do some of that. The term "removed" is only used in connection with cousin relationships. ( Full Answer )
A typical family reunion will assemble grandparents , great-grandparents and up for a meal, some recreation and discussion. The older attendees are generally grandparents, parents , siblings or first cousins while the youngest could be second, third or fourth cousins. It is also not uncommon for reg…ular family reunions to be sponsored by family organizations or family associations centered around a more distant common ancestor (often referred to as "ancestral family organizations") or a commonly shared surname ("single surname family organizations"). ( Full Answer )