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To file an amended petition you will need to refile the schedules that are affected adding the new creditors information. The matrix will need to be re-filed as well. Once you have the amended petition prepared, contact the clerk of the courts office to file and pay the fee
The clerk said I need to file a declaration concerning schedules with the amount of pages included to reflect the amendment, what is that?
and I also need to file certificates of service
The certificate of service and declaration are local forms. You can ask the clerk for a copy of the forms
and also a verified statement or an unsworn declaration as required by Fed. R. Bankr. P. 1008 and in accordance with 28 USC 1746
and a motion to amend schedules, is this a specific form I can download or is it just written up by me?
and do I have to send out the certificates of service to each creditor or just include it with everything I send to the bankruptcy court?
I think I would like to work with a new expert, as I feel it might be helpful to have someone more local
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