When it comes to estate planning and administration, nobody really likes to think about these things very much. However, nobody wants to leave these important items unattended to either. Without a will (and maybe a Trust), living will and durable power of attorney, upon your death or disability you have no control over what happens to your body or the things you have worked so hard to build for future generations. I do a lot of “simple wills”; meaning that, though critically important upon your death, it is not a complex document that you should have any reason to avoid getting. Again, through many years of listening to peoples’ fears, concerns and bad experiences, I am sensitive to the need to confront these things, at least briefly, to get your affairs in order. Then you can cross that item off the list for a couple of years and not have that nagging worry hanging over you.