Timothy Canty's answer You can amend the schedules at any time during (and even after) the case. It's better to do it before someone else discovers the oversight so you can't be accused of being dishonest.
Timothy Denison's answer Yes. It can be reopened and filed. Whether it is in your best interests is another issue. You will probably have to pay the reopening fee to get it filed. I doubt the attorney will pay it although you can always ask.
Timothy Canty's answer Yes you can. However, you must disclose all such transfers. If you did not get equivalent value in return, the bankruptcy trustee can sue the person you transferred the property to and make them give/pay it back. If you don't disclose all such transfers, you will have committed a federal felony.
Timothy Denison's answer She will be called upon to pay any and all joint debts. You probably should consult a competent bankruptcy attorney before you do anything else. You may want to consider advising your spouse as well.
Timothy Denison's answer If it is for relief from the stay as to that creditor only, it may be granted. If it is to suspend the case from proceeding altogether, it probably will not be granted, and certainly not without a hearing.
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