Is your sister in laws brother your brother-in-law?
No, there is no relationship between the two of you.
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Answer . \nYou need to forget about "dealing" with her since she won't get help until she realizes she NEEDS help. As far as your brother is concerned, you now need to help rebuild everything in him that she has torn down. You need to go overboard with praise and positive thoughts and strength.… Listen to his problems and concerns and reinforce how much of a blessing it is to be rid of her. Buy books on narcissism, abusive relationships and sociopaths. Once you recognize certain patterns and problems you'll be better able to help your brother. My heart goes out to the both of you. He'll be okay. It will be tough at first but he WILL be okay.\n. \n~ T. Answer . \nThanks for the response...it has been almost 4 years since the divorce(3 kids) and she STILL wants to tear him down.Her goal early on was to take all his money and bring him down. Her life is consumed with this. Now with a new custody battle with one child who wants to move in with dad...has breathed new fire.I have seen my brother with his heart so heavy from her poison over the years. To be so consistently so evil you would have to be sick. There is so much thought and negative energy put into this day in and day out. So many good days, weeks and years gone and there seems to be no end with the youngest being 9. To her, it is her mission in life and to my brother, he wants to move on and try to live with her in his life. I want my brother to find his fun and happy personality.And I want her to find another "source". Instead my brother has to find the money for lawyer bills. (MORE)
Answer . This is a situation that is so painful for other members of the family too, as you have found out. From my own experiences, support the cheated partner as much as possible. They are your friend quite apart from the relationship by marriage. You may feel personally cheated out of being of…ficially family with them should a divorce occur and feel you have no control over that happening. Somehow helping them out practically and emotionally helps you feel that you can make a difference and conveys the message that they really matter to you...even if it is your brother that has broken their heart. Often the person who left will avoid you because they can't face you. Write a letter expressing honestly how wounded you feel, but that you are still there if they need you and leave it at that. Be honest about how you feel but keep your cool. You might like to point out that you are supporting your sister-in-law as you care about her a great deal. Make absolutely sure you keep in strict confidence whatever either side confides to you and don't become a go-between or become otherwise involved in any conflict...leave that to a counselor or minister. The worst times are at Christmas etc. if you have to face the new couple. I wish I had a good suggestion for how to handle this easily as it an be very uncomfortable for all. Perhaps speak with your brother beforehand to tell him that it is going to be difficult and ask how he is feeling about it. Alternatively, you could make a statement by spending the day with your sister in law...it will be a worse time for her than for anyone else. If there are children involved, go wherever they are and make it special for them. (MORE)
I imagine you are talking about your spouse's sibling's spouse (your wife's sister's husband). No.
Your sister-in-law is either the wife of your brother or the sister of your spouse. Your brother-in-law is either the husband of your sister or the brother of your spouse. So your brother-in-law's wife is either your sister or is not related to you. Some people incorrectly refer to a brother-in…-law's wife as a sister-in-law. (MORE)
Well you should still send them a nice card even though you aren't blood related. If you send them a card it shows that you care and you are sorry.
I have looked up the definition in several online dictionaries & I think the answer is yes. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sister_in_law http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Sister-in-law http://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp?key=73956&dict=CALD http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionar…y/sister-in-law My own Father in law thinks it can only be the wife of your brother, or the sister of your husband but these references disagree, so I call my husband's brother's wife my sister in law. Hope that helps (MORE)
No. He would then be your ex brother-in-law. Having children doesn't affect that in any way.
Act as if they mean nothing to you. They are narcistic after all use it to your advantage.
Yes, I think by most people's understanding she would still be but it's no hard and fast rule. If she has kids with your brother then probably it's more usual for you to still think of her as sister-in-law as you are still their uncle/aunt...If no kids, then less requirement for it to be observed…. Also, if you hate her probably can get away with forgetting about it..but that would be a bit harsh since her husband died and she probably needs all the support she can get anyway. (MORE)
Pip's only sibling was his sister, Mrs. Joe . She "raised him by hand," meaning she smacked him around, Her husband, Joe , was a sweet, mild-mannered man, who tolerated her abuse with good humor and patience.
That depends on the situation. Your brother's sister-in-law could be your wife or the wife of one of your other siblings. As long as the sister-in-law is not married, there is no reason you can't.
The Iphone 5C is Iphone 5Colorful 5c can also stand for thenumber 500 ("c" is the Roman numeral for 100) or for 5 degreesCelsius (centigrade) . +++ . "5c" can not stand for any Roman numerals forthree reasons. For a start you do not mix Arabic and Roman numeralslike that - it would be nonsensica…l. Secondly, the Roman for 100 is capital " C ", but thirdly, in the Romanscale, 5 is V, 50 is L and 500 is D. The ' C ' isalso capital for degrees Celsius / Centigrade. (MORE)
Yes, two people who are brother-in-law and sister-in-law to each other can get married, although some religious traditions forbid that.
No, she is not longer your sister-in-law, but you could still remain friends and introduce her as your ex sister-in-law.
No. Your brother-in-law is only your sister's husband or your wife's brother. Your sister-in-law's husband is not related to you.
If the brother in law and sister in law are no longer married then yes, they can get married as they are not genetically connected (same parents.)
After your brother dies, his wife is still your sister-in-law. If she remarries, you or she may find it convenient to think of her as your former sister-in-law.
What to get anyone for a gift-giving holiday depends on the two people involved and what the one understands about what the other likes and would value. Without information about the specific people, any suggestion is merely a shot in the dark.
Your sister-in-law is either the sister of your spouse or the wife of your brother. If your sister-in-law is the wife of your brother, then her husband is your brother, not your brother-in-law. If your sister-in-law is the sister of your spouse, then her husband is not related to you . In either… case her husband is your children's uncle. (MORE)
This could mean that you may not trust your sister in law to be faithful to your brother.
Your brother-in-law is the brother of your spouse or the husband of your sister. If your sister-in-law is the sister of your spouse, then her brother is your brother-in-law, unless you are a female, in which case he might be your husband. If your sister-in-law is the wife of your brothe…r, her brother is not related to you (MORE)
The possessive form of the noun brother-in-law is brother-in-law's . The possessive form of the noun sister-in-law is sister-in-law's . Examples: My brother-in-law's office is in this building. This cake is my sister-in-law's recipe.
I am truly sorry to hear about your brother's passing. If this is the sister-in-law of your brother that has passed on then people grieve in their own way and grieving is private for most people. She may not know how to cope yet so give her time. She loved him; feels a great loss by losing him and i…sn't coping with it well. Instead of internalizing this ask her out for lunch and simply ask her how she is doing. She may express how she feels. Sometimes when people hurt deep inside they build a wall up around them for protection until they can cope with the situation better. Everyone in your family is hurting; your parents; you and other sibling and certainly your sister-in-law. Don't second guess her feelings just yet. Give it a couple of weeks and then try meeting with your sister-in-law and don't accuse her of not acknowledging your brother's passing, but ask her, 'How are you feeling?' You may well be surprised she talks about how much she loved your brother and how much she misses him. Take it slow and easy and don't put your foot in your mouth by saying the wrong thing. (MORE)
Yes, the only reason he would no longer be your brother in law is if he had divorced your sister before she died.
There are no UK laws specifically tackling this issue, however itwould be considered inappropriate after one or both of the siblingsenter puberty.
There is no single age by law after which brother and sister are forbidden to share a bedroom. In some parts of the world, brother and sister, father and mother share the same bedroom throughout life. In others, it is customary that each child have his or her own bedroom from the first day of life. … Some jurisdictions may forbid teen-aged siblings of the opposite sex from sharing bedrooms or beds, but this is mostly handled by custom within families, with the law stepping in if sexual activity occurs. (MORE)
The term "in-law" is used to indicate someone who is "related" by law rather than by blood. Since marriage is a legal relationship (whether by common law or canon law) rather than a blood relationship, the term "in-law" is used. The term "in-law" comes from canon law (as opposed to common law). Cano…n law is law that governs the conduct of a faith's membership. In this case, the term refers to a relationship that is "not natural," that is, not by blood. So, your in-laws are granted a relationship that is between having no relationship and having blood relationship to you. Anyone of a blood relationship on the "in-law" side of the relationship are also considered your in-laws (father-in-law, son-in-law, etc.). (MORE)
Your brother-in-law's sister-in-law could be your sister. She may also be the wife of one of your wife's other brothers, and unrelated to you.
Yes, as the brother of your mother is your uncle and his sister-in-law is his wife's sister, who is not related to you, therefore her daughter would not be related to you either.
There is no relation. Your not blood at all so your just really good friends.
No, he is simply your sister in law's husband. He has no relationship with you. The reason she is called your sister-in-law and is because it is expected for a husband and wife to have children, and those children will join your family tree as they have some ancestors who are also your ancestors. Yo…ur sister-in-law's husband will never have ancestors that are also your ancestors. (MORE)
Your sister-in-law is either the wife of your brother or the sister of your spouse. If you have more than one brother, and your sister-in-law is the wife of one brother, then she is the sister-in-law of the other. If your sister-in-law is the sister of your spouse, she has no direct relationship t…o your brother. He can call her "my brother's sister-in-law", or "my nephew's aunt." (MORE)
Your sister-in-law's husband is never your brother-in-law. He can be your brother, when your sister-in-law has that relationship to you because she is married to your brother. You could also have a sister-in-law who is the sister of your spouse. But then her husband is not related to you.
Yes, but make sure u know them very well our thing can get very well.
if your sims spouse has a brother or sister then they will be your sims brother or sister in law
Your brother or sister can never become your brother-in-law or sister-in-law. The people they marry are your brother-in-law or sister-in-law. Oh, yes, in a riddle, if your brother marries your sister, then your brother and sister are also your brother-in-law and your sister-in-law. But that kind of… marriage is forbidden everywhere and by all modern religions, so it is a pretty poor riddle. (MORE)
Your brother-in-law could be the brother of your spouse. In that case, your sister is not related to him. However, your brother-in-law could be the husband of your sister. In that case, your sister is related to him as his wife, or, if she is another sister, he is her brother-in-law, and she is h…is sister-in-law. (MORE)
Yes, unless they are close biological relatives like brother and sister etc. They are only in your family because you and your spouse got married. That does not make them related in any other way.
No, your sister-in-law's husband is not considered to be related to you, unless she is your sister-in-law because she married your brother. Then he is your brother.
Generally it is against the law to hit anyone except in special circumstances. Hitting someone is called battery and can land you in jail. But when young children are hitting each other, it is usually left to the parents, other caregivers, or teachers to correct that unacceptable behavior.
As long as they don't share a common ancestor, there is no reason they can't.
Some cultural groups say yes, some say no. Most secular, western cultures have no problem with this.
Yes, you can marry your sister-in-law if she is no longer married to your brother, even if they had children.
Your immediate family is another way of describing your nuclear family. Immediately family is usually considered to be your spouse, children, and parents, but sometimes includes parents only if you are living with them.
Your husband has a brother - your brother-in-law - who is getting married. Is his future wife your sister-in-law?
No. Your sister-in-law is either the sister of your spouse or the wife of your brother. The wife of your brother-in-law is not related to you.
Your brother and sister-in-law need to deal with their own problems in their marriage and it is no ones business but between the two of them. Your brother has to learn to stand up to his wife and deal with the problems they have. You can tell your brother that if he needs to talk you are there for h…im; then drop it. (MORE)
Always. There's nothing more appropriate than keeping it in the family. Hope that helps! :)
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Yes, there is no law against it, so you can. In fact, you can date anyone you want. It is only when people go beyond simple dating to sexual activity and marriage that concerns about close relatives arise. And they can even get married. If the groom's brother/sister dates and marries the bride's …sister/brother, that is no different than the bride and groom getting married. (MORE)
Of course, laws are different in different places and you should ask an attorney about the specifics of your situation. However, in general you are entitled to inherit from your sister-in-law if your brother dies before her only if your brother made a provision in his will that some of his estate pa…ss to you after his wife dies, or if she includes a provision for you in her will. (MORE)