contact child protective services in you county.
In most states, the 'danger' would need to be established by appropriate authorities. Until then, the aunt would be seen- by the authorities, as well as the parents- as 'sticking her nose in where it didn't belong'. Contact local law enforcement or DSS. In cases where a minor is in a clearly dangerous family situation, they will move quickly. Having a relative express a desire to care for the child, rather than placing him in a foster home usually plays well in court, since the state isn't burdened with supporting him.
With the aide of a lawyer and the courts.
The godparents might.
Your nephew is your aunt's grandnephew and she is his great-aunt.
Yes, in common usage your husband's nephew is also your nephew. The two of you are his aunt and uncle, not his aunt-in-law and uncle.
If the nephew is a child of one of the aunt's siblings, then the nephew is blood related to his aunt. However, a nephew may also be the child of the sibling of the aunt's husband and is then not a "blood relative" of the aunt.
You're a Great Aunt to your nephew's son, who is your great nephew.
He is your nephew. You are his uncle or aunt.
He would be your nephew. The boy is your nephew.
You are her niece or nephew.
Your aunt is your aunt (the sister of one of your parents) and you are her niece or nephew.
When your nephew has a baby you are that baby's a great aunt if you are a woman. If you are a man, you are the baby's great uncle
Son is to mother as nephew is to Aunt. Son is to farther as nephew is to Uncle. Daughter is to mother as niece is to Aunt Daughter is to farther as niece is to uncle.
No. A niece or nephew cannot be claimed as a dependent unless the aunt is their legal guardian.No. A niece or nephew cannot be claimed as a dependent unless the aunt is their legal guardian.No. A niece or nephew cannot be claimed as a dependent unless the aunt is their legal guardian.No. A niece or nephew cannot be claimed as a dependent unless the aunt is their legal guardian.
The opposite relationship is an uncle or aunt.The opposite gender is nephew.
If you are a girl, you are a niece to you aunt and uncle. If you are a boy, you are their nephew.
Your nephew's child is your great nephew (if a boy) or great niece (if a girl). You are his or her great aunt.
Your husband's nephew is also your nephew, and you are his aunt. Remember that if your father has a married brother, the brother is your uncle and the brother's wife is your aunt , with no mention of one being related by marriage and the other not. They are simply your aunt and uncle. The same applies to your relationship to your husband's sibling's children. You are simply their aunt.
Your aunt is your child's Great Aunt, so your child is her great niece or great nephew.
You would need to file a child in need of care motion in that state. But, living out of state could limit your chances.
You are the nephew if you are male and a niece if you are female.
She is a niece.
He is her nephew, and she is his aunt.
Yes, your wife's nephew is your nephew because you are his uncle.The aunt and uncle relationship is different from many other family relationships because you can become an aunt or uncle simply by marrying someone whose sibling has a child.Your parent's brother is your uncle and his wife is always your aunt, even though you have no genetic relationship. She is not your aunt-in-law.