Cousins in law are the cousins of a person's spouse or the spouse of a person's cousin. A person shares a first cousins once removed relationship with their parents' cousins and their cousins' children.At least one set of one person's grandparents are the great-grandparents of the other person.Unlike all the other cousin relationships discussed thus far this relationship is not necessarily reciprocal as the maternal cousin of one person could be at the paternal cousin of the other.Parallel and cross cousins on the other hand are reciprocal relationships.A person shares a second cousin once removed relationship with their parents' second cousins and their second cousins' children.At least one set of one person's great-grandparents are the great-great-grandparents of the other person. I would like to know how is it possible to make sure before the marriage female and male parties ...
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Forexample if a blood group positive male marries a blood group negative female then if their baby has positive blood group then he may get erythroblastosis fetalis, a fatal disease.
More generally, cousin is a type of familial relationship in which people with a known common ancestor are both two or more generations away from their most recent common ancestor.
For example the second cousin once removed relationship is a second-degree cousin with one removal.
The removal of the cousin relationship is the number of generations the cousins are apart.
For example if the most recent common ancestor is 2 generations prior for one person and 3 generations prior for the other (one person's grandfather is the other person's great-grandfather) or the most recent common ancestor is 3 generations prior for one person and 4 generations prior for the other (one person's great-grandfather is the other person's great-great-grandfather) the cousins are separated by one generation and therefore once removed.