Bankruptcies – June 2021 – Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business


Bankruptcies are filed under the following chapter headings:
Chapter 7 – Pure and simple bankruptcy: the debtor transfers non-exempt property and the debt is discharged.
Chapter 11 – Allows businesses and individuals to restructure their debts to repay them.
Chapter 12 – Allows family farmers to restructure their finances to avoid foreclosure liquidation.
Chapter 13 – The plan is designed by the individual to pay off a percentage of the debt according to his ability to pay. All disposable income must be used to pay off debts.
Information provided by the United States Bankruptcy Court in Spokane.


Maria Carolina Magana, 6217 Westport Lane, Pasco.

Austine Warren Wilson and Alexandrea Grace Wilson, 919 W. Park St., Pasco.

James Jerome Erler & Melissa Lynn Erler, 200802 E. Game Farm Road, # 105, Kennewick.

James T. Grego Jr., 1614 B W. Seventh Avenue, Kennewick.

Claudia S. Macias Larios, 4815 W. Clearwater Ave., # 54, Kennewick,

Kristine Marie Tews, 904 Winslow Ave., Richland.

Zurla Arlene Lucatero, 502 avenue S. Hugo, Pasco.

Melanie Coness Mason and Cherie Ashleigh H. Mason, 1519 Paterson Road, Prosser.

Austin David Snyder & Ashley Marie Harvey, 318 avenue Barth, Richland.

Randy T. Brown, 1702 W. 45th Place, Kennewick.

Juan Palencia, 3001 W. Windy Lane, Benton City.

Alfredo Uribe, 3713 West Leola St., Pasco.

Gustavo Damien Nogales & Karla G. Nogales, 11931 N. Peaceful PR NW, Prosser.

Alicia Angelina Garcia, 69 avenue Jadwin, n ° 57, Richland.

Michael Vincent Bush and Joylynn Ann Bush, 4611 Mallard Court, West Richland.

Crystal Jordan Lopez, 3806 Charleston Lane, Pasco.

Dorothy Rochelle Stockman, 213406 E. Pidcock Road, Kennewick.


Miguel Abraham Martinez, 103 N. Zinser St., Kennewick.


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