Published May 24 2013
North dakota bankruptcies - 05/25/13Chapter 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
Daryl Piker, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Katina M. Gaden, also known as Tina Marie Gaven, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Lori Kirsch, Grand Forks, Chapter 13.
Ashlee G. Snyder, Dickinson, Chapter 7.
Sindy Meadows, also known as Sinderella Meadows and Sindy Kinzley, Bismarck, Chapter 7.
Kathleen Marie Steinhaus, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Quentin J. and Maryetta J. Falkenbury, Newburg, Chapter 7.
Patrick W. and Kristina M. Schneider, also known as Kristina Krucek, Burlington, Chapter 7.
Todd M. and Jennifer Gonser, Dickinson, Chapter 7.
Dan and Karla Kraft, Wahpeton, Chapter 7.
Aaron and Crystal Overbo, Beach, Chapter 7.
Jay G. and Cynthia L. Dahlgren, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Carolyn A. Edgerly, formerly known as Carolyn Jenness and Carolyn Sternitzky, Horace, Chapter 7.
Matthew A. and Rebecca J. Seibel, formerly known as Rebecca Ramirez and also known as Rebecca Rennich, West Fargo, Chapter 7.
Donald M. and Deborah E. Peterson, West Fargo, Chapter 13.
Michael James and Darcy Dawn Wiersma, Fargo, Chapter 13.
Theresa Marie Meyer, Petersburg, Chapter 13.
Nicole Lee Bixby, formerly known as Nicole Lee Loch, Bottineau, Chapter 7.
Jed Hanson, Rolla, Chapter 7.
Rachel Ystebo, formerly known as Rachel Lende-Zeeb, West Fargo, Chapter 7.
Patricia A. Heilig, Grafton, Chapter 7.
Nolan Higdem, Larimore, Chapter 7.
Steven Denault, Mapleton, Chapter 7.
Tricia Johnson, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Kimberly A. Grott, formerly doing business as KAG Enterprises and Real Deals, Fargo, Chapter 7.