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|Submitted by Sarah Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh|
Congratulations on this noble undertaking to help your friend.
1) Ideally, Tehillim should be recited as long as needed. There are those who recommend 40 days, commemorating the 40 days Moshe Rabbeinu davened for atonement on the Chet HaEgel.
2) It is not necessary to say "Bli Neder" before each time Tehillim is recited. However, if one commits to do so on a regular basis the stipulation should be added that it is not intended as an oath.
3) No, any amount is significant.
4) It is better not to recite Tehillim from sunset to midnight. However, if this is the most convenient time, it is also permitted.
5) I'm not sure I fully understand this question, but I don't see any requirement to sign up two people for the same Kapital.
6) It should be said as soon as you remember.
I hope this is helpful. If you have any further questions, feel free to ask.