The Moneyologist: This 90-year-old man with a Ph.D. in economics made a new will 10 days before he died — voiding his prenup

Dear Moneyologist,

My friend’s father was a widower who had roughly $5 million in stocks. He was 84 when he met and soon married his younger bride (a nurse who was 60 at the time, divorced with grown children). She signed a prenuptial agreement when they married. A few years later he told his children that he believed she was a gold digger. At 90, he developed kidney disease and died. A surprise will was signed 10 days before his death indicating that his estate should be split evenly among his wife and her two children. She is the executor of the new will.

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