Family Law


What does the law say about limiting marriages between family members?

Incest is forbidden under state laws. Many state laws specifically spell out and forbid a person from marrying certain relatives. For example, Maryland law forbids a man from marrying his grandmother, mother, daughter, sister, or granddaughter. Maryland law forbids a woman from marrying her grandfather, father, son, brother, or grandson.


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