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The reaffirmation agreement should state the total amount the borrower is going to pay you under the new agreement. There can't be an accelleration penalty that requires a larger repayment in the event of a default. Instead, the reaffirmation must state the amount of the debt to be repaid and how much is to be repaid per month. If the debtor defaults on the agreement, the creditor has a right to sue under the new agreement.
Here's a link to the reaffirmation documents: