VIDEO: Estate planning for late-in-life marriages

First comes love, then comes marriage … but what if you’re 70?

For couples tying the knot a second or third time, it’s essential to take care of estate planning up front so that the assets you’ve worked a lifetime to build wind up in the right place. For example, without appropriate planning, money intended for your children can wind up paying for a new spouse’s medical bills instead.

Here, Generation Law’s Ben Neiburger and Ken Kugelberg break down what you need to know. (Pro tip: If your ex is still the beneficiary on your IRA, it’s time to do some updating.)