Clear Lake Estate Planning Attorney | Will Questionnaire

Will Fact Sheet Strictly Optional

Our Clear Lake Estate Planning Attorneys absolutely do not require you to fill in the sheet before meeting with us. Rather, some clients asked us to provide them with a questionnaire to fill in so that they can gather their thoughts prior to meeting with a Clear Lake Estate Planning Attorney. Leave any information blank you don’t want to fill in. If you would prefer to print this form out and bring it in with you, click here.

Call to schedule your appointment with a Clear Lake Estate Planning Attorney at Badeaux and Associates, (281) 486-4737, 16055 Space Center Blvd. suite 260 Houston, TX 77062.

  • Client Names

  • Children

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    NameAgePresent City and StateList their children's names, if any 
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  • Assets

    During your conference with us we will ask you about your assets in general terms.
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  • Last Will & Testament

    We do not expect you to be certain of the persons you are filling in for Executor, Trustee, or Guardian, and you do not have to fill in all names. Rather, during our meeting with you, we will thoroughly discuss each of those roles, and the person you tentatively chose.
  • Administers the Will and distributes the assets to beneficiaries.
  • Handles the money for any trusts created in your Will.
  • Raises your minor children.
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  • Durable Power of Attorney - for finances

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  • Medical Power of Attorney

  • NameCity and StatePhone Number 
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  • Directive to Physician - (Living Will)

    We will advise you about the Directive to Physician during our meeting.
  • Comments, Concerns

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Fees

Fees for a Last Will and Testament are generally between $950.00 and $3,000.00. The fees depend on whether the Wills are for a couple, first or second marriage, single person, or involve estate tax planning.

Time to Complete Documents

Badeaux and Associates has  a streamlined, but thorough process for its Will and estate planning clients. The process  generally takes 3 weeks from beginning to end.   The process is:

  1. An attorney  meets with  you, listens to your goals and objectives, asks  relevant questions, gives advice, options and alternatives, and  obtains all of the information to prepare your Last Will and Testament and Powers of Attorney.
  2. Approximately 2-3 weeks later, Badeaux and Associates mails the drafts of the Wills and Powers of Attorney to you for your review,
  3. You contact  our law firm when you are ready to sign the Wills and Powers of Attorney in our office.  We provide the notary and 2 witnesses.
  4. The original Wills and Powers of Attorney are given to you for safe keeping, and Badeaux and Associates keeps a copy.

Appointment

Our Clear Lake Estate Planning Attorneys look forward to assisting you with your Wills and Powers of Attorney. Call to schedule your appointment with a Clear Lake Estate Planning Attorney at Badeaux and Associates, (281) 486-4737, 16055 Space Center Blvd. suite 260 Houston.

Disclaimer

The materials on this site have been prepared for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. The information presented on this site is not intended to create, nor does receipt of it constitute creation of an attorney-client relationship between you and any attorney at The Law Firm of Badeaux and Associates.

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