Consanguinity

  • With a Will or Trust you decide who you want to inherit your assets. 
  • If you don't use a Will or a Trust then below is the family tree that the probate court will use to distribute your assets.
  • The term "con·san·guin·i·ty" comes from latin 'Con' = 'with' and 'Sanguis' = 'blood' meaning your blood family relations. No spouses, or step-relatives are included.
  • Note that adoption does legally move someone into your legal family tree and gives them full rights to inherit.
        Great-Great Grandparents
     

Great

Grandparents

Great-Grand

Uncles & Aunts

    Grandparents

Great

Uncles & Aunts

First Cousins

Twice Removed

  Parents Uncles & Aunts

First Cousins

Once Removed

Second Cousins

Once Removed

You Brothers & Sisters First Cousins Second Cousins Third Cousins
Children Nephews & Nieces

First Cousins

Once Removed

Second Cousins

Once Removed

Third Cousins

Once Removed

Grand

Children

Great

Nephews & Nieces 

First Cousins

Twice Removed

Second Cousins

Twice Removed

Third Cousins

Twice Removed

Great-Grand

Children

Great Grand

Nephews & Nieces

First Cousins

Thrice Removed

Second Cousins

Thrice Removed

Third Cousins

Thrice Removed

         
         
         

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