Estate planning is not only for the wealthy. Everyone should have a will to address their wishes in case of an accident, illness, incapacity or death. You can’t assume that your spouse or adult children will handle your affairs as you would. Common components of estate planning include: Last Will and Testament, Durable power of attorney, Power of attorney for health care (so that family members can make decisions if you cannot) and Guardianship where minor children are involved. Attorney Chapman helps individuals put their wishes in writing so that they know their affairs will be handled according to their wishes, while removing the stress and burden on family members.