All you can do is disclose the missing assets and hope that the court will not use the error as a rationale to dismiss your case.
There's no silver bullet here. You either made a mistake, in which case you're probably okay, or you intentionally hid the asset which means you're probably not.
The court won't scrutinize anything. The bankruptcy trustee has a duty to act on behalf of the creditors, so he/she should scrutinize the hell out of the document. And, if he/she finds something and raises it to the court, and you get caught, then you will be in a load of trouble, because the willful failure to disclose would put you in contempt, and that could mean some jail time or even a perjury charge.
You're headed down the wrong road. Find another way.
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