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Child

For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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It's worth saying first of all that it is easy to leave money to your grandchildren in your will but, of course, none of us has any idea when they will benefit if we do it that way.
Justin Mihalick, a teacher of social sciences, believes that the late Princess of Wales would be permitted to spend time with her grandchildren. Mihalick said that there is no reason for Prince William and Kate Middleton to ban Princess Diana from hanging out with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
District police chief Tain Kearith said Keo Nun, 63, raped his two unidentified grandchildren, aged 13 and 10, on separate occasions in Samrong commune while their mother was out farming.
It's a world Gary Garrison knows well: he is helping to raise his partner's grandchildren. In Raising Grandkids, he shares his own experiences and gives voice to the situations of a wide swath of grandparents who are also the caregivers for their grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Around nine million grandparents help look after their grandchildren, spending an average of more than eight hours a week as childcarers.
for their childcare to do with 80% of their attention don't have Most grandparents relish the opportunity to spend more time with their grandchildren Lara Crisp
The charity found 40% of grandparents in this age group who have regularly cared for their grandchildren feel this way.
The charity found 40% of grandparents who have regularly cared for their grandchildren feel this way, in research released ahead of Grandparents Day on Sunday October 1.
Growing numbers of grandparents are becoming the primary caregivers of grandchildren for a variety of reasons.
The video presents the story of four sets of grandparents in Puerto Rico, narrating their experiences about the migration of their children and grandchildren to Florida.
He leaves a son, Scott (Chris); three grandchildren and two great grandchildren.