Published April 05 2014
North Dakota bankruptcies (April 5)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
Kyle Robert Onerheim, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Carrie Lynn Bjerk, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Lydia G. Albjerg, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Elizabeth A. Oswald, Bismarck, Chapter 7.
Brent L. and Shannon M. Helland, also known as Shaye Helland, Cooperstown, Chapter 13.
Cynthia Larson, West Fargo, Chapter 13.
Ruth Rivera, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Kelsey Conway, also known as Kelsey Giglio, Grand Forks, Chapter 7.
Clint T. and Kara J. Schaeffer, Jamestown, Chapter 7.
Kayla L. Boespflug, Lincoln, Chapter 7.
Clarence F. and Debra K. Olson, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Susan Kay Wehri, formerly known as Susan Frank, Lisbon, Chapter 7.
Kristine Kay Johnson, Milnor, Chapter 7.
Angela L. Gerle, Minot, Chapter 7.
Jesse and Frieda S. Banning, also known as Frida Schroder, Chapter 13.
Sheila Marie Baumgartner, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Allan and Virginia Eisenzimmer, formerly doing business as Paul’s Appliance Center, Devils Lake, Chapter 13.
Eric Christian and Amanda Janae Beers, also known as Amanda Bentz, Bismarck, Chapter 7.
Arlene Kaye Hammond, Bis-marck, Chapter 7.
Patty Jo Payne, also known as Patty Jo Englund, West Fargo, Chapter 7.
Keith Charles Hatfield, also known as Keith Hillriegel, Fargo, Chapter 7.
Lynn Scott and Rhonda Ann Donaldson, Jamestown, Chapter 7.
Kelvin Thomas and Ashley Anne Efterfield, formerly known as Ashley Ekstrom, Wheatland, Chapter 7.
Daniel Pederson, Jamestown, Chapter 7.
Wendel Allan and Melinda Jo Geir, formerly known as Melinda Goss and Melinda Davison, Milton, Chapter 7.