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Bankruptcies for North Dakota and Western Minnesota

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Filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court North Dakota

Jacob R. and Amira D. Kutz, Fargo, Chapter 13

Shari L. Wolf, Mandan, Chapter 7

Andrew D. and Mridula S. Stark, West Fargo, Chapter 7

Katherine E. Skare, West Fargo, Chapter 7


Paul Robert Brown, Fargo, Chapter 7

Jay Punches, Minot, Chapter 13

Thomas H. Drew Jr., Fargo, Chapter 7

Adam Kohler, Fargo, Chapter 7

Nanette Deneen Fisher, West Fargo, Chapter 7

Filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court Minnesota

Bankruptcy filings from the following counties: Becker, Clay, Douglas, Grant, Hubbard, Mahnomen, Norman, Otter Tail, Polk, Traverse, Wadena and Wilkin.

Benjamin V and Crystal J Hoffman, Dilworth, Chapter 7

Elisha Marie Adams, Alexandria, Chapter 7


David W and Marlys I Dehnke, Alexandria, Chapter 7

Lenora Marie Bias, Twin Valley, Chapter 7

James Robert Kieckbusch, Fertile, Chapter 7

Bruce Alan and Shannon Margret Porter, Euclid, Chapter 13

William J and Sandra K Black, Wadena, Chapter 13

Douglas Alvin and Karen Mae Savela, Sebeka, Chapter 7

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.

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