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When a debtor amends Schedules, copies of those amended Schedules only have to be sent to any creditors that will be directly affected by the amendments that are made - not to all creditors. Fed. Rules of Bankruptcy Proc. 1008.
If you are adding assets to your schedules, this will not directly affect your creditors, so you do not have to send the amended Schedules to your creditors. (Creditors do not receive any Schedules when a case is filed, so there is no reason to send them amended Schedules.)
You only have to send copies to the US Trustee, the Bankruptcy Trustee, and then file the copies with the Bankruptcy court clerk.
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Some courts want a certificate of service and some do not. If your court wants the certificate of service, you also have to file that.