Published July 14 2012
North Dakota Bankruptcies (July 14, 2012)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
Laurie L VandenEykel, Fargo, Chapter 7, deli and bakery worker, debts of $32,493, assets of $3,298.
Jerry Amundson, Fargo, Chapter 7, debts of $33,633, assets of $4,000.
Abby Jo and Kolt Steven Hjelmstad, formerly known as Abby Jo Mooney, Bismarck, Chapter 7, debts of $78,485, assets of $17,310. Mrs. Hjelmstad is a teacher. Hjelmstad is a laborer.
Rodney and Jill Duncan, Fargo, Chapter 7, debts of $50,263, assets of $21,740. Duncan is a truck driver. Mrs. Duncan is a customer service agent.
Sandy C. Engelhardt, Fargo, Chapter 7, occupation, debts and assets not listed.
Jonathan D Peterson, formerly doing business as J & M Meats and Jon Peterson Trucking, Page, Chapter 7, debts and assets not listed.
Mark James and Rebecca Rena Blomquist, Ross, Chapter 7, debts of $61,909, assets of $17,811. Blomquist is a truck driver.
Peggy Zavadil, also known as Peggy Sprunk and Peggy Gay, Jamestown, Chapter 7, debts of $82,265, assets of $24,204. Zavadil is a library worker.