Bankruptcies – May 2022 – Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business

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Bankruptcies are classified under the following chapter titles:
Chapter 7 — Pure and simple bankruptcy: the debtor assigns non-exempt property and the debt is discharged.
Chapter 11 — Enables businesses and individuals to restructure their debts to repay them.
Chapter 12 — Enables family farmers to restructure their finances to avoid liquidation for foreclosure.
Chapter 13 — The plan is designed by the individual to pay a percentage of the debt based on their ability to pay. All available income must be used to pay debts.
Information provided by the United States Bankruptcy Court in Spokane.

CHAPTER 7

Keith Brown, 410 W. Kennewick Ave., Kennewick.

Michael Ray Johnson, 2728 Fleming Lane, Pasco.

Cody Dean Skendzel, 388 E. 16th Ave., Kennewick.

Brooke Adelle Young, 5422 Fern Loop, West Richland.

Jeffery Sanchez, 1114 W. 10th Ave., #EE-203, Kennewick.

Jessica Nicole Sregzinski, 2113 Trippe Street, Richland.

Maria Guadalupe Mendez, 804 W. Park St., Pasco.

Tyler James Linville, 1329 McPherson Ave, Richland.

Salvador Vera and Catalina Vera, 925 N. Elm Ave., #71, Pasco.

Dana Anthony Bankemper and Taylor R. Bankemper, 1916 W. 21st Place, Kennewick.

Matthew Reid Campbell, 71506 N. Zwicker Road, Benton City.

Stephen A. Foster and Patricia J. Foster, 5957 W. Van Giesen St., West Richland.

Debora Dorothy Thomas, 917 N. Union St., Kennewick.

Mohammad Hossein Sadooghi, 828 N. Beech Ave., Pasco.

Alex Adrian Acevedo, 1221 S. 13th Lane, Pasco.


CHAPTER 13

Jack Wesley Burger and Tracie Sue Burger, 15203 N. Albro Road, Prosser.

Joshua Bahr, 6114 Basalt Falls, Pasco.

Estanislada Mila Echeverria, 1832 W. Brown St., Pasco.

Joshua Cole Morgan and Julie Ann Morgan, 3400 S. Jean St., Kennewick.

Hortencia Hermosillo Luna, 10302 S. Missimer Road, Prosser.

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