Published May 17 2013
North Dakota bankruptcies - 05/18/13Chapter 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 North Dakota
Steven D. Crawford, Dickinson, Chapter 7.
Rodney S. and Beverly A. Wentz, Fargo, Chapter 13.
Tanya Elizabeth Pahl, also known as Tanya Klev, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Maureen Claire Smith, Mekinock, Chapter 7.
Amanda K. Klemmer, Bismarck, Chapter 7.
Donald L. and Karen A. Thompson, Bismarck, Chapter 7.
Mary Margaret Steussy, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Renae S. and Robert D. Riemer, West Fargo, Chapter 7.
David John deNomme, also known as David John Schaffer, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Cindy Soulis, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Mitch A. Wilebski, formerly known as Mitch Zutz, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Dan E. and Chelsea A. Christensen, formerly doing business as Angus Grill, Mandan, Chapter 7.
Dawn M. Grohs, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Michael R. and Leanne S. Knecht, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Suzanne M. Anderson, Jamestown, Chapter 13.
Randolph R. and Nancy J. Knight, Hankinson, Chapter 7.
Laura L. Kautzman, Mandan, Chapter 7.
Ruby Jean Beasley, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Paul Entzi, West Fargo, Chapter 7.
Melissa Kay Frenzel, also known as Melissa Huffman, and Brandon A. Frenzel, Dickinson, Chapter 7.
James Harry and Renee Ann Ulrich, also known as Renee Binder and Renee Ahmad, Jamestown, Chapter 13.
Jeremy B. and Stephanie L. Sigfusson, Cavalier, Chapter 7.