Published November 30 2013
North Dakota bankruptcies (Nov. 30)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
Keri Marie Jeanotte, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Jacqueline Tompkins, Almont, Chapter 7.
Loren M. Bjerke, Valley City, Chapter 7.
Todd R. Cowan, Mapleton, Chapter 7.
Bridget M. Britton, also known as Bridget Maureen Britton and Bridget Brendel, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Scott Webster, Drayton, Chapter 13.
Allen J. Cech, Bismarck, Chapter 7.
Coreen A. Kozlowski, Fargo, Chapter 13.
Duane D. Sevik, Jamestown, Chapter 7.
Lindsey Campbell, also known as Lindsey B. Kuntz, Dickinson, Chapter 7.
Kathleen A. Jacob, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Thomas R. and Margaret E. Goeddel, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Amber L. Stroh, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Rebecca Rosales-Olmos, also known as Rebecca Kearns, Minot, Chapter 7.
Christopher Webber, Bismarck, Chapter 7.
Mark Allan and Natasha Marie Gould, Valley City, Chapter 13.
Thomas James Fenton Dandy, doing business as Thomas J. Dandy Construction, Minot, Chapter 7.