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How can I change or correct information in the petition, statements, and schedules I have filed?


The information contained in your petition, statements, and schedules is signed "under penalty of perjury". Therefore, if you intentionally submit information that is inaccurate or misleading, you may have committed a serious crime. So please be very careful and make sure that all of your information is correct when you sign your bankruptcy documents. If you later discover that something is inaccurate, you must correct the documents.  This is done by filing an amendment with the Clerk's Office. If it is a schedule that is amended, an appropriate amended schedule must be filed showing the correction.  You must also submit an Amended Summary of Schedules.  There is a filing fee of $26.00 to file amended schedules of creditors or lists of creditors for the purpose of adding a creditor. You must include your full social security number (or taxpayer identification number) in the notice mailed to the added creditor. You must also give notice to the creditor(s) impacted, changed or added by mailing them a copy of the Notice of Meeting of Creditors.

What is Bankruptcy? 

What Can Bankruptcy Do for Me? 

What Bankruptcy Can Not Do


What Different Types of Bankruptcy Should I Consider? 

What Will Happen to My Home and Car If I File Bankruptcy?

Can I Own Anything After Bankruptcy?

Will Bankruptcy Wipe Out All My Debts?

Will I Have to Go to Court?

Will Bankruptcy Affect My Credit?


What Else Should I Know?

What is the Bankruptcy Code?

Is the Bankruptcy Court a State or Federal Court? 

Who can file bankruptcy?

Do I need an attorney to file for bankruptcy?

What are the different "Chapters" in bankruptcy? 

What is a Joint Bankruptcy Petition? 

Does my spouse have to file if I file?

What is a Bankruptcy Trustee? 

What documents are needed to file bankruptcy? 

How much is the Court filing fee?

What about credit counseling and personal financial management instruction-what is the difference between the two? 

What is the “Means Test”? 

How can I change or correct information in the petition, statements, and schedules I have filed? 

What is a Meeting of Creditors? What happens there?

I don't live in the Denver Metropolitan area. Where will my Creditors Meeting be held?

How do I know if a debt is secured, unsecured, priority, or administrative? 

What are exemptions? 

What happens after I file my bankruptcy case? 

What is a discharge? 

What is the Difference between a Denial of Discharge and a debt being nondischargeable? 

I attended a Section 341 Meeting of Creditors before my case converted to another chapter. Do I have to attend another meeting? 

What if my case is dismissed? 

My case was dismissed because I failed to pay all of the installments of the filing fee. Can I file a new bankruptcy case? If so, can I pay the new filing fee in installments? 

What is a Reaffirmation Agreement? 

What is a Motion for Relief from Stay?

What can I do if a creditor keeps trying to collect money after I have filed a bankruptcy? 

What services can a "Bankruptcy Petition Preparer" provide? 

Will the Judge advise me of my options during the bankruptcy case? 

May I speak directly with a Bankruptcy Judge?

What is an Adversary Proceeding?

If my case gets dismissed, or I change my mind about filing, can I get my filing fee refunded? 

When am I under bankruptcy protection?

Who has access to my bankruptcy file? 

Will all my creditors be notified of my discharge? 

When is my case complete? 

How soon after I get my discharge can I file for bankruptcy again? 

Will the U.S. Bankruptcy Court provide and pay for an interpreter for me? 

What if a creditor tries to collect money after I get a discharge? 

How can I get another copy of my discharge? 

How many years will a bankruptcy show on my credit report? 

How do I get errors removed from my credit report?

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Robert J. Doig
Attorney at Law
SpringsBKLaw.com

2985 Broadmoor Valley Road, Suite 4
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719 227-8787  Office
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