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In-law are extended family members of spouses who become related by their marriage. The term would cover to varying degrees of relatedness:

    • Brother-in-law
    • Daughter-in-law
    • Father-in-law
    • Mother-in-law
    • Sister-in-law
    • Son-in-law
    • Cousin-in-law
    • Uncle-in-law
    • Aunt-in-law
    • Nephew-in-law
    • Niece-in-law

Technically a spouse, wife, or husband is an in-law (the closest in-law) but is often not thought of as such.

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