What If I Need To Refile My Proof of Claim?

Several people have asked this same question because either amounts were left out, or perhaps they filed before the Proof of Claim Calculation Spreadsheet was updated.

First, check to see that the bankruptcy court has received your claim.  You can do so by clicking on the Claims Register link in the Bankruptcy section of Heller Highwater.

Second, note the Claim Number assigned to your claim and the Filing Date.

Third, follow the Proof of Claim Filing Instructions and make sure you enter the Claim Number and Filing Date in the section at the upper right which begins with “Check this box to indicate that this claim amends . . .”

Remember, you have to file your Proof of Claim by Monday, April 27, 2009!


4 Responses to “What If I Need To Refile My Proof of Claim?”

  1. 1 ny secretary 19 April 2009 at 7:05 pm

    Hi Thomas,

    How do I get an updated claims register. I filed after April 9. Thanks

  2. 2 Thomas MacEntee 20 April 2009 at 10:41 am

    I just posted an update on the Bankruptcy page this morning.


  3. 3 Mr. Jones 20 April 2009 at 1:08 pm

    Do I have to resubmit everything, or just the updated claim + spreadsheet?

  4. 4 Thomas MacEntee 20 April 2009 at 1:22 pm

    I don’t think you should resubmit everything – just the updated proof of claim form and spreadsheet


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