Bankruptcies are filed under these headlines:
Chapter 7 — Debtor gives up nonexempt property and debts discharged.
Chapter 11 — Business reorganization; protection from creditors while business devises a plan for reorganization.
Chapter 12 — Designed specifically for the reorganization of family farms. It is closely modeled after Chapter 13.
Chapter 13 — Plan is devised by the individual to pay percentage of debt based on ability.
Information comes from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern Washington District.
Shawna M. Laughlin, 450 Maple St., unit L, Walla Walla
Graesyn M. Hurley-Day, 209 Chapra St., Walla Walla
Jose G. Sanchez, 1027 S.W. Bade Ave., College Place
Darren M. & Dawn M. Chlipala
475 Galloway Road, Touchet
Dustin P. Holden, 1821 Plaza Way, unit 45, Walla Walla
Resa Hayward, 532 E. Alder St., unit 13, Walla Walla
Mike & Lynn Rose, 251 Rancho Villa
Luis D. Alamilla Jr., 724 Ricky Lane, Walla Walla
Erin Evans, 136 Barclay Lane, Dayton