Question: Can You Marry Your Adopted Brother?

Is it OK to marry your adopted sibling?

ANSWER: The adopted siblings described here, who are related by adoption only, but not by blood, can marry.

However, they must request authorization from the court.

Adopted siblings who are related within the fourth degree are prohibited from marrying each other..

Can you marry your cousin if you are adopted?

Legally, yes, you can marry your adopted cousin, since you two are not blood related. If not marriage, one worries whether they can date their cousin if not related by blood. …

Is it OK to marry your brother?

As far as I am aware, there is no law against marrying a sister or brother in law. The purpose of the laws are to prevent people who are biologically related within certain degrees from marrying each other. There would be no particular reason to stop a sister or brother in law from marrying, legally at least.

Can you marry an adopted sibling UK?

Can you marry your adopted sibling UK? In the UK you may marry your adopted sibling or the rest of your adoptive family, except your adoptive parents.