The State of Illinois has changed its adoption laws to allow adoptive children and parents to search for, locate, and obtain copies of their biological birth records. In most instances, the first and last names of birth parents will be included on the documents.
Suburban P.I. professional researchers may be able to assist you in finding current contact information for your biological parents.
Read about the new Illinois Adoption Law.
I learned that I was adopted after my adoptive mom died from breast cancer and I became worried about my own health. My adoptive dad thought it would be best for me to know the health history of my biological parents so we contacted Suburban P.I. for assistance.
Detective Yahnke found my biological father’s work history at a factory in Aurora and was able to locate my bio-dad in a remote part of Colorado, thirty-eight years after he and my biological mom gave me up for adoption in the early 70’s. My bio-mom hasn’t replied as of yet, but my bio-dad welcomed me with open arms.
Thanks to the professional detectives at Suburban P.I., I learned that I had full siblings, a whole new family, and no family history of breast cancer!”
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