We’ve all been told that if we do nothing else to take care of our legal affairs, we should write a will. That’s pretty good advice. If you don’t make a will before your death, state law will determine who gets your property (and it may well not be whom you would have chosen), and a judge may decide who will raise your children. In your will, you can make these decisions yourself. If you are concerned about how your interests will be managed in the event you became incapacitated, Lawinger & Jacob, LLC, is ready to meet your estate planning needs; including drafting a living will or advanced health care directive and creating your will.