The Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas issued a memorandum “in order to clarify the scope of the attorney/client privilege and the work product doctrine” in the bankruptcy context. In re McDowell, No. 12-31231 (Bankr. S.D. Tex. Nov. 16, 2012). There, the UST sought to compel production of three documents: 1) the attorney’s intake questionnaire, 2) a copy of the original draft Schedule F with debtors’ handwritten notes on it, 3) debtors’ counsel’s draft copy of the Schedule F with his handwritten notes on it. The debtors asserted attorney/client privilege and work product with respect to the questionnaire, attorney/client privilege with respect to the debtors’ draft of the Schedule F form, and work product with respect to the attorney’s draft of the Schedule F form.