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Adoption searches are the most difficult of all searches. This book is a non-fiction, how-to, reference book for people wishing to conduct an adoption search. The book explains the adoption process, adoption laws, public records and other resources for adoption searchers. Written by a veteran private investigator with a proven track record for finding and reuniting families and friends.
Adoptees need to know their identity, and birth parents often live with regret and guilt and need peace of mind to know they made the best decision for their child. The adoption search is primarily for information and not necessarily for a relationship.
Adoption searching is the most difficult search of all. In order to conduct an adoption search the searcher must:
- Understand the adoption laws
- Understand what records may exist
- Know how to approach the missing person
- Know what it takes to have a successful reunion