Love — and complications — when senior moms and dads take second shot at romance

Our clients (and their adult children) often face the complicated issue of senior remarriage. It is no surprise, considering a Pew Research Center study showing half of previously married single adults over age 65 remarry. If you are wrestling with this issue, consider consulting this article, which skillfully outlines some of the inherent challenges “…it’s a tangle of loyalties, especially in divorce if only one parent remarries, or in cases where a parent has died.” as well as the benefits “Studies have shown that older married couples are generally happier than unmarried peers, have better health and live longer” of recoupling.