Adoption Books: Advice for Adopting a Child or Finding Birth Parents

Adoption Books: Advice for Adopting a Child or Finding Birth Parents

Private investigators often become involved in adoption-related cases to help find an adoptee’s birth parents or to help birth parents find their adopted child.  Locating an adoptees birth parents is similar to a missing persons case, and can be just as emotional for all of the parties involved.  Private detectives use a variety of search methods and reports to locate birth parents and adopted children.

The following adoption books provide helpful information on the subject of Adoption. Private investigators can use such books to help educate themselves on the legal complexities and to better understand the emotional state and struggles experienced by their client.

These adoption books will help you answer such questions as:

  • What is adoption?
  • What are adoption agencies and how do they work?
  • What are the steps that are involved in the legal process?
  • What are the laws and legal requirements in your state?
  • Do you need to hire an attorney or lawyer to assist with the process?
  • Federal and state statistics and facts

Search: A Handbook Adoptees and Birthparents – This book serves as a guide for both adoptees and birth parents. It provides a number of helpful ideas, advice, resources and encouragement to those who are considering adopting one or more children. To write the book, the author drew on both personal experience and extensive research to help readers overcome potential obstacles that may arise during the legal process. A great read for anyone considering the journey.

Birthright: The Guide to Search and Reunion Adoptees, Birthparents, and Adoptive Parents – This helpful book provides guidance to individuals and private detectives or police for locating adoptees, birth parents and adoptive parents. The book discusses relevant laws and legal statutes that make adoption records confidential and lays out strategies to help. The book explains that the more the searcher understands the nature of laws and practices, the more likely they are to be successful in locating individuals.

Adoption Reunion Survival Guide: Preparing Yourself the Search, Reunion, and Beyond – This useful guide helps adoptees and their birth mothers decide whether or not to attempt to locate one another, how to prepare for a possible reunion, how to cope with the emotions of the initial meeting, and how to avoid common pitfalls that may arise throughout the process. In addition, the book includes an overview of the laws and makes practical suggestions for how to navigate the complexities of the adopting process.

Adoption Search book: Techniques for Tracing People – A helpful book designed to give adoptees, birth parents and adoptive parents and siblings information on how to find family members, locate vital documents and uncover relevant information. A useful book for private eyes who are assisting with the search process.

Buy these and other Books at or view our list of Private Detective Books.

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  1. Nan
    Nan 5 June, 2016, 22:30

    My new book called “Separated Lives” is a true story about the adoption of a baby boy. Years later I take him on a fascinating but uncertain journey to search for his birth parents. It is available from Dorrance Publishing (in Pittsburgh, PA), Barnes & Noble and

    Author: Lynn Assimacopoulos

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