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Sec. 107. (a) “Relative”, for purposes of IC 31-19-18 and IC 31-19-25, means:
(1) an adoptive or whole blood related parent;
(2) a sibling; or
(3) a child.
(b) “Relative”, for purposes of IC 31-34-3, means:
(1) a maternal or paternal grandparent;
(2) an adult aunt or uncle;
(3) a parent of a child's sibling if the parent has legal custody of the sibling; or
(4) any other adult relative suggested by either parent of a child.
(c) “Relative”, for purposes of IC 31-27, IC 31-28-5.8, IC 31-34-4, IC 31-34-19, and IC 31-37, means any of the following in relation to a child:
(1) A parent.
(2) A grandparent.
(3) A brother.
(4) A sister.
(5) A stepparent.
(6) A stepgrandparent.
(7) A stepbrother.
(8) A stepsister.
(9) A first cousin.
(10) An uncle.
(11) An aunt.
(12) Any other individual with whom a child has an established and significant relationship.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 31. Family Law and Juvenile Law § 31-9-2-107 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-31-family-law-and-juvenile-law/in-code-sect-31-9-2-107/
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