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Yes, file a amended F listing all of the new debts.
The court will charge $26 to amend.
You should send notice of filing (copy of the schedule and the bankruptcy notice to each creditor you are adding on as well.
That is all you have to do.
Thanks for your question, good luck.
I just wrote amended on the first page and renumbered the bottom pages since I added a page, I initialed the bottom where I changed the page numbers is that okay?
yeah thats fine.
any other questions?
do I need to type out a new page of list of creditors showing their names, addresses and recopy the list and attach it as if a total new Schedule F?
I just list the new ones with AMENDED SCHEDULE F at the top. I don't relist the ones I've already filed
my deadline date is Dec 16 so as long as I am within 30 days I am okay right?
How am I notified of my court date for discharge?
The 341 notice you have indicates the last day for objections.
the discharge is usually right after that
But I have to go to court right?
you went to the 341 hearing right?
that is all you need to attend in ch7 unless a motion is filed.
so I will just get notified of the discharge when it goes through, how long after the deadline does it take place?
just a day or two
how do i know what was discharged? I am getting a divorce and there are things ie. property taxes that won't be allowed I am sure how do I get a quick copy of the bk discharge
you will receive the discharge notice by mail from the court
my divorce is scheduled for Dec 22 what if I don't get it in the mail,.. is it online or can I go to the courthouse and get a copy
yes, both. You would need to subscribe to PACER though to get it and pay the fee to access ti
any last questions?
thanks for the help.. this has been an experience to say the least
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