I know it's been a while since my last post and that was due to being temporarily closed. Well I'm almost back on my feet so I just updated all the links and info on the website. Therefor, if you tried to register in the past unsuccessfully, please try again. This service is one of the few that has been restored.
I am working my way back to helping you so thank you for your patience. If you would like to help me, you can make a donation of your choice at paypal.me/usfamilyfinders.
Once you register for FREE, and choose to register your search view-able to the public database, your information will be available on the website for other people seeking people to view. You never know who might find you! You DO have the option to keep it private and if I see a match, I will notify you at once.
However, if you decide to have me as your personal Research & Reunion specialist, we immediately become a team- because now I work for you and your case starts at that very moment. Money should never be an issue that will prevent you from finding who you are seeking, so no worries,I am fair and easy to work with both financially and emotionally. This is why I never charge a fee, unless there is a need to travel. I simply RELY on your generous donations to cover my time and effort in finding your answers.
If you are an adoptee, you must obtain your non-id adoption information. This is a key step and an essential first step before I can help you. If you need help or guidance on how and where to obtain those, call the register of deeds department in the county/state you were born in or the adoption agency that handled your adoption.
It was brought to my attention that a client of mine requested her "non-id" information from the state, which is her legal right. But when speaking to the "professional" representative that is suppose to be there to help her in her quest, instead, voiced her personal opinion on how her decision was going to upset the birth parents...
FIRST OF ALL....
YOUR OPINION DOESNT MATTER HERE - JUST DO YOUR DAM JOB!
SECOND, TRY BEING PROFESSIONAL AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE COMPLICATED EMOTIONS THAT COME WITH THE CHOICE TO REQUEST THIS INFO AND DON'T ADD TO THEM BY MAKING THE CLIENT FEEL LIKE THEIR DOING SOMETHING WRONG - because they are not!
THIRD, NEVER ASSUME THAT BY REQUESTING THIS INFO THAT THE CLIENT ACTUALLY WANTS TO CONTACT THE BIRTH FAMILY, BUT MAY JUST WANT TO LEARN ALL THEY CAN ABOUT THEIR HERITAGE AND ADOPTION . (These are sensitive situations and everyone's is different).
IF YOU CAN'T REMAIN PROFESSIONAL AND KEEP YOUR PERSONAL OPINIONS OUT OF THE PROCEDURE....FIND A NEW JOB!