1009-1 Amendments to Schedules, Statements and Mailing Lists; Changes of Address

(a)   Amendments to voluntary petitions, mailing lists, schedules and statements of financial affairs do not require leave of court. Amendments shall contain the case caption, identify the document as an amendment to a previously filed document, and state whether the amendment adds, deletes, or corrects information. Amendments shall be submitted on the Official Bankruptcy Forms, and include the content of the amendment and all information in the original document that is not being amended.
 
(b)   The debtor shall sign, date and acknowledge the amendment in the same manner as the document being amended.
 
(c)   The debtor shall serve the amendment on the trustee and on any entity affected by the amendment.
 
(d)   Upon filing an amendment adding creditors who were not mailed the notice of the meeting of creditors, the debtor shall serve a copy of the notice on every added creditor.
 
(e)   Any party or its counsel changing address during a case shall file a Notice of Change of Address and serve it on the trustee, debtor, debtor's counsel, chairperson of any committee and committee counsel, and the United States Trustee. Any party or its counsel changing address during an adversary proceeding shall file a Notice of Change of Address and serve it on all counsel of record and all parties not represented by counsel.