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Bankruptcies for North Dakota and western Minnesota for May 14, 2022

Bankruptcy filings from the past week in all of North Dakota and Becker, Clay, Douglas, Grant, Hubbard, Mahnomen, Norman, Otter Tail, Polk, Traverse, Wadena and Wilkin counties in Minnesota.

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Filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court

North Dakota

Armin Kajtezovic, Fargo, Chapter 7

John Thomas Kilene, Minot, Chapter 7

Shawn Darren and Jenna Marie Anderson, Minot, Chapter 13

Kala Marie Phelps, Grand Forks, Chapter 7

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Sharon A. Broz, Fargo, Chapter 7

Tanya R. Watkins, Fargo, Chapter 7

Minnesota

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

Susan Jean Julin, Becida, Chapter 7

Mary K. Birch, Fergus Falls, Chapter 7

Douglas Wayne Burkholder, Jr. and Janey Anna Kollar-Burkholder, Menahga, Chapter 7

Melissa Marie Dailey, Wadena, Chapter 13

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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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