By: Susan M. Graham, Certified Elder Law Attorney, Senior Edge Legal, Boise, Idaho
When you set up an estate plan, you sign a Last Will and Testament as one of many documents. It takes work to meet with an attorney, make decisions and finally sign all of the papers.
You can also make a wish. Do you have a something on your “bucket list” that you really want to accomplish? If you are over age 65, you may find help to make your life-long wish come true.
Apply for a “Wish of a Lifetime”. Their mission is to foster respect and appreciation for seniors by granting life-enriching wishes. The list of wishes granted are endless - from going to Disneyland, attending a Green Bay Packers game, a hot air balloon ride, experiencing zero gravity, attending a Boston Symphony Orchestra concert, learning to play the piano, reconnecting with loved ones, publishing a book – the list goes on and on.
Go to their website www.seniorwish.org and learn how to apply. Start now so you have time to experience the magic of your “wish”.