Many people assume that creating a will is sufficient for their estate planning. Unfortunately, this is simply not the case. There are many key issues that a last will and testament is not going to help you to plan for. A will won’t help you to plan for incapacity, to protect your assets from irresponsible heirs, or to control what happens to wealth that you leave to a minor or to a disabled relative. These are just a few of the many different situations in which the creation of a last will and testament is likely not going to be sufficient.