At Silver Shield Investigations, we’re proud to provide adoption investigation services to help facilitate contact between adopted children and their biological families. There are hundreds of thousands of children adopted every year, so it should come as no surprise that there are many young (and older) adults who are curious about their biological backgrounds, and feel determined to make contact with their birth parents. Of course, that doesn’t mean it’s a straightforward affair to actually track them down and make contact with them. That’s where a private investigator can provide so much value and utility. In the past, we’ve helped plenty of people find their parents with an efficient and discreet service, and for a wide range of reasons. If you’ve made the decision that you want to track down your biological parents, we’re the best tool you have at your disposal – so, use us!
Pinpointing Biological Relatives
The size and scale of our country is often lost on people, and it’s easy to see why. In many ways, the United States is closer to being a continent than a country, and finding one person out of 300 million is a tall order – particularly when you have basically no information about them or their whereabouts in the first place. Without professional expertise, you simply won’t know where to begin. At Silver Shield Investigations, we have a range of methods we can leverage to track down your biological parents, so we’re confident that we’ll achieve the desirable outcome in no time.
Making First Contact
Generally speaking, when we’re tasked with finding biological families, there are two ways that we can handle things once we’ve found out where they are. Having gathered information on them and their whereabouts, we can then make first contact with them for you, giving them the opportunity to reach out to you, if they so desire. Alternatively, we can give you all the information that we’ve compiled and leave it at that, which leaves the ball in your court. Many people want to know more about their families but aren’t yet ready to make contact with them, after all. We’re happy to help in any way that we can.
A significant reason that many people make the decision to track down their biological family is because they have concerns about possible health conditions and weaknesses that could be inherited. We’re all a product of our parentage, which means that if they have any vulnerabilities or health risks, you stand a good chance of having them too. Making contact with them can help you to find out more about yourself.
Of course, a good proportion of the people who want to find their biological families are doing so because they would like to establish a relationship with these people – and that goes for both adopted children and the parents who put them up for adoption. We’re obviously thrilled to provide a service that can help to reunite families, and in doing so, foster relationships.