Published April 27 2013
North Dakota bankruptcies (April 27)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
David R. and Meredith M. Cianchini, formerly known as Meredith Duckworth, Minot, Chapter 7.
Audrey A. Pederson, also known as Jarl Pederson & Sons, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Jose Martinez Ramos, also known as Jose Concepcion Ramos, Grafton, Chapter 7.
Todd R. Meier, Devils Lake, Chapter 7.
Kelly Lee and Gertrude Elaine Anderson, also known as Gertrude Sondeen, Hillsboro, Chapter 7.
Randall D. and Lynnette M. Morin, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Frank E. and Natalie N. Rohloff, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Safety Services Operating, doing business as The Home Shop – Wahpeton Fire Extinguisher, Fargo, Chapter 11.
Dean Scott Melbarzdis, Minot, Chapter 7.
Shiela Weisgerber, formerly known as Shiela Rohloff and Shiela Scott, formerly doing business as Friendly Tavern, Enderlin, Chapter 7.
Carreen Krehlik, West Fargo, Chapter 7.
Teresa L. Voigt, formerly known as Teresa Stanley, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Laura A. Pinks, Bismarck, Chapter 7.
Lori Wilson, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Sheila A. Meyer, Valley City, Chapter 7.
Christopher and Rebecca Papenfuss, West Fargo, Chapter 7.
Amanda Brinster, formerly known as Amanda Smith, Jamestown, Chapter 7.
Evan Moreland, West Fargo, Chapter 7.
Kevin Lee and Rachel Ann Stangeland, also known as Rachel Thompson, West Fargo, Chapter 7.