Ten Years Of Devastation - Amendment II


Dear TyTouch:

Yes the county makes a difference, but income and age are also relevant. Also, did you cheat?

Janet L. Fritts
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After reading some of the other posts, I see now that the county makes a difference, so here goes the update.
Ex and I lived in Durham County when we separated. She stayed in Durham and I moved to Alamance County where the case is now being held … hostage.
Since 2000, I have lived in Guilford County and the ex now lives in Pitt County.

I hope this helps your informed response.

Thank you.