By Patty Manko
Excerpts from 5 key issues to consider before you decide whether to tie the knot. by Elizabeth O'Brien
Marriage at any age involves practical considerations, but this holds especially true for older adults, because they’re likely to have built families, acquired assets and maybe developed a pre-existing medical condition or two.
More than one in three people ages 50 to 64 are divorced, widowed, separated, or never married, according to the Census Bureau. When these folks find love, a big question becomes,...