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Can I marry my step sibling? There is a lot of controversy over this question, but it is possible. It all depends on the law in your state and whether or not you are biologically related. If you are not related by blood, then yes – you can get married! And if your state allows marriage between step-siblings, then there’s no need to worry about any legal problems that might arise from marrying family members. In most states, it is not a crime to marry your step-sibling. However, if you live in one of the few that do not allow marriage between step-siblings (such as Georgia), then there are other ways for you and your spouse-to-be to be together with no legal consequences – such as by getting married elsewhere or living together without legally marrying each other. If either person was previously married before meeting their new partner, they will need to obtain an annulment first. In order to have this process acknowledged by law, both parties must agree on all terms related to the dissolution of their previous marriage. This means that any outstanding debt has been paid off and neither party owes anything else from the divorce settlement agreement –


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