We are very leary about paying someone to help with all the scams going on out there. Does anyone have any ideas on how he could find his birth mother?
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If the agency (or state post-adoption unit, ect) offers to do your search....PLEASE be aware that there are conditions and qualifications for the searcher to have access to identifying info.Â on the party they are seeking.
Â I used a state intermediary. I can tell you how they don't work for all of us. Intermediaries are individuals approved by the court to have an adoption file released to (only)Â them upon petition by an adoptee or birthparent. The intermediary then searches for the other party to obtain consent for identifying information to be released. You have NO say on how, when, where that contact is made.Â When I searched in 1996- fees ranged fromÂ $200 to $600.Â All I got was a canceled check for my effforts.Â
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