Published December 11 2010
North Dakota Bankruptcies (December 11, 2010)Chapter 7 is a petition to liquidate assets and discharge debts.
Chapter 11 is a petition for protection from creditors and to reorganize.
Chapter 12 is a petition for family farmers to reorganize.
Chapter 13 is a petition for wage earners to readjust debts.
Filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Virginia May Hapala, Cogswell, unemployed, Chapter 7, debts of $21,669, assets of $15,900.
Amanda Lynn Guthmiller, Devils Lake, certified nursing assistant, Chapter 7, debts of $29,999, assets of $4,835.
Robert Ryan and Robyn L. Rolf, also known as Robyn Stark and Robyn Krueger, Grafton, Chapter 7, debts of $57,163, assets of $10,695.
Ross Myhre, Cavalier, farm laborer, Chapter 7, debts of $91,187, assets of $30,234.
Sandy K. Gonzales, Bismarck, Chapter 7, debts of $96,409, assets of $22,910.
Shawna Marie Dowler, formerly known as Shawna Willer, Bismarck, office assistant, Chapter 7, debts of $27,694, assets of $10,655.
Norge Anthonio Labrato III and Pamela Joy Labrato, Mandan, Chapter 7, debts of $142,452, assets of $120,585. Labrato is a teacher.
Darrin D. and Cara R. Schwind, formerly known as Cara Luedtke, Mandan, Chapter 7, debts of $239,517, assets of $237,805.
Rick D. Landgraff, doing business as Integrity Mortgage Group, DZL, Known Associates, Whirled Piece, ICUP Marketing and King DZL Productions, Sabin, Chapter 7, debts of $663,083, assets of $464,100.
Benjamin Timotei and Silvia Filip, Alsen, Chapter 7, debts of $185,195, assets of $52,542. Filip is a truck driver. Mrs. Filip is a custodian.