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Bankruptcies for Sept. 28, 2022

Bankruptcy information gathered from cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Duluth.

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This bankruptcy information is gathered from cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Duluth on Sept. 15-20.

DEBTOR: Kamara R. Langenbrunner
ADDRESS: 6789 Abbott Road, Duluth
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: Sept. 15
ASSETS: $5,100
LIABILITIES: $8,278.89

DEBTOR: Erica Lynn Coons
ADDRESS: 3069 Restormel St., Duluth
CHAPTER: 13
DATE FILED: Sept. 15
ASSETS: $156,343
LIABILITIES: $198,513

DEBTOR: Matthew S. Beaty
ADDRESS: 432 Pine Mill Court, Virginia
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: Sept. 16
ASSETS: $1,701.74
LIABILITIES: $10,580

DEBTOR: Timothy Craig Bosgieter
ADDRESS: 807 Salmi Road, Cloquet
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: Sept. 16
ASSETS: $25,650
LIABILITIES: $74,906

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DEBTOR: Rhonda J. Karulak
ADDRESS: 102 10th St., Apt. B2, Cloquet
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: Sept. 16
ASSETS: $40,865.19
LIABILITIES: $127,254

DEBTOR: Stephanie Marie Little
ADDRESS: 410 N. 11th Ave. E., Duluth
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: Sept. 20
ASSETS: $1,356
LIABILITIES: $42,941.91

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