Marriage later in life can be a satisfying and romantic accomplishment, whether it is a first-time event or the rekindling of love after a divorce or death of a spouse.

However, unlike marriage in your 20s, making the commitment in your 50s, 60s or later suggests not so much a Late-in-life marriagewalk down the aisle as finding your way through a maze of decisions about money.

The union of two experienced people illustrates the quandaries of a modern mixed marriage: Whose investment philosophy will we follow and which financial advisor do we keep? More