There is probably no legal relationship. However, if you have children, they would be heirs of their grandmother.
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As far an inheritance?
Is your wife living?
Anyone in blood line would have preference.
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I'm not really sure the context of this. You are the parent of her grandkids if there are any? You are marrried to the decedent's daugther? I'm not being smart I just don't know who's asking and for what purpose - the relationship is defined by the word son-in-law.
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