Consanguinity Print

Consanguinity is the marriages between full or half-blood relations. According to Mississippi State laws, consanguinity means getting married to a close relative like, father, mother, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, nefew, neice, or cousin. Marriage between any one of the above mentioned relationships are prohibited.
This law includes “parents, grandparents, step-parents or step-grandparents, adoptive parents, siblings, half-siblings, aunt, uncle, first cousin, or his or her child’s widow or widower.” Miss Code Ann. § 93-1-1 (2004).

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