Amendments to Schedules
Last Updated:  December 1, 2023

11 U.S.C.
Fed. R. Bank. P. 1009, 1019(5)(B)

Event: Bankruptcy > Miscellaneous > Amended Schedules/Statements/Summary/Declaration/Disclosure of Compensation

EFFECTIVE 12/1/13.
To facilitate use in determining plan feasibility in a chapter 13 case, new Schedule I (106I) and J (106J) now include an amended and supplemental check box for the debtor to clearly indicate when the schedule "supplements" the initial filing of the form. When filing a supplement to Schedule I and/or J, use the new event, [Schedules I & J, Supplement]

Note:  A closed case must be reopened before an amendment is filed.  

Filing Requirements:

  • Amended Schedule(s)

  • Form 106Dec - Declaration About an Individual Debtor's Schedules OR Form 202 (non-individual)

  • Form 106Sum - Amended Summary of Assets and Liabilities and Certain Statistical Information (required if amending Schedule A/B, D, E/F, I, J, and/or Statement of Monthly Income)

  • Matrix Supplement listing only new creditors (required when adding new creditors)

  • Proof of Service (The Debtor shall give notice of the amendment to the Trustee and to any entity affected thereby.)**NOTE: If the Proof of Service is not filed, it is not necessary for the Court to contact he filer**

  • $34.00 filing fee to add/delete creditors or change the amount/classification of a debt listed on Schedules D or E/F.


    • When adding an attorney who represents an existing creditor;

    • When changing the address of an existing creditor; or

    • When filing an amended schedule in response to a deficiency and the fee has already been paid.

To File Electronically:

  1. Log into CM/ECF.

  2. Select [Bankruptcy >  Miscellaneous].

  3. Enter the case number (e.g, xx-xxxxx).

  4. Select [Amended Schedules/Statements/Summary/Declaration/Disclosure of Compensation] from the event list.

    Note: The following documents are not included in this event and must be filed separately: Amended Statement of Monthly Income (Chapter 7 or Chapter 13), Amended Petition, and Amended Statement of Social Security Number.

  5. Select the party filer.

  6. Browse to select the Amended Schedule(s) (pdf file).

    Note:  The Matrix Supplement and Proof of Service should be added as an attachment to your document. Warning: If you file the matrix supplement using the Matrix Supplement event, you will be prompted for another filing fee.

  7. Select each amended schedule/statement being filed.

  8. If schedule A/B, D, E/F, I, or J, is selected, update the summary of assets and liabilities with cumulative totals for each amended schedule.

    Important Note
    : This is the TOTAL amount for the schedule, not just the amended amount. The existing total for each schedule will be reflected on the Summary of Assets and Liabilities. An Amended Summary of Assets and Liabilities should be filed when amending Schedules A/B, D, E/F, I, or J.

  9. If Schedule C, I, or J is selected, update the appropriate fields when prompted.  

  10. If schedule D, E, or F is selected, answer the question, "Are you adding/deleting creditors, or changing the amount/classification of a debt?"

  11. When appropriate, check box to 'Add new creditors' to add new creditors to case.

  12. If box is checked, enter name and address of new creditors. Address may be up to 4 lines. More than one creditor may be entered. Separate creditors with a blank line. Creditor type is Creditor. Creditor committee should be No.

  13. Leave receipt field blank and click Next to continue filing when fee is due. You will be directed to the credit card payment screen after completing this entry.

  14. When appropriate, note that creditors were added to case in text box (e.g., RCU added to case or 5 creditors added to case).

  15. Verify the final docket text; if correct, click [Next] to submit your document(s).

    Note: The Notice of Electronic Filing displays giving you the document number. Copies of this notice are immediately e-mailed to all participants who receive electronic notification in the case.