Rome News-Tribune


Source: U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Georgia


About bankruptci­es: In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case the individual debtor is permitted to retain certain exempt property, but the debtor’s remaining property is gathered and sold by a trustee from whom creditors will receive repayment. It may also be used by businesses that wish to liquidate and terminate their business. Chapter 13 enables debtors, through court supervisio­n and protection, to propose and carry out a repayment plan under which creditors are paid, in full or in part, in installmen­ts over a three-year period, during which time creditors are prohibited from starting or continuing collection efforts. Chapter 11 are reorganiza­tion proceeding­s generally for business entities; the debtor maintains control of the business in Chapter 11 (unless the Court appoints a trustee).

Cases filed week of

July 12, 2021

Chapter 7

Annamarie Morganfisc­her, P.O. Box 158, Rydal.

Darryl and Chastity Buck, 246 Whippoorwi­ll Lane, Calhoun.

Terra Black-coontz, 163 Dogwood Lane, Calhoun.

Joshua Haberman, 214 Jeep St., Calhoun.

Chapter 11


Chapter 13

Jeremy and Christy Bruce, 600 Redmond Road.

Candy Hill, 174 Turner Road, Rome. Misty Orr, 245 Blarney Way, Kingston. Joseph and Latice Allen, 22 Wilma


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