Hi, thanks for your question. You should hire a lawyer for specific legal advice. No attorney client relationship is created here.
You should file an amended Schedule B to list the motorcycle as an asset, and amended C to claim any exemption that may be available, amend schedule D to list the creditor for the motorcycle, and amend schedule F to list AMEX. You will also file an amended statement of intent, to indicate you wish to keep/reaffirm the motorcycle loan.
Dell would be listed on Schedule D as well, since it is secured by the computer. If you did not list the computer on schedule B, you should amend that too.
The court will charge $30 to amend schedule D&F if you do them together.
the other schedules there is no amendment fee.
Let me know if you have any other questions. thanks! good luck
I owe on the motorcycle and it is worth less than I owe. It shouldn't be listed under asset, should it? Does amend d, e, f mean that I have to list everything I listed previous plus these things or just list the new things. Is there an amended schedule b, d, that is named amended or is it the same form called schedule b, d, etc.
Yes, it should be listed on B, but the linked debt is listed on D. in the collateral description, it will reference the vehicle.
You can amend just the items you are adding.
It's the regular form, but you can write the word amended at the top
I already listed it on Schedule B and personal property! One less step. Thanks.
thanks and good lukc
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