Rights to adoption
Hi my name is caroline and im 27years old. I have been informed that I have a 10 year old sister who was adopted at birth. I to was adopted myself when I was 10 so I did not know of her ware abouts. My bilogical mother ahs mental problems and therefore I am unable to get information to help me with this. I know being adopted myself means that there are some boundaries and that the families may not want me to be in touch but I would really appreciate any help with finding her or just knowing my rights. Many thanks, Caroline Curtis.
If you have your original birth certificate and your records weren't closed during the adoption, you can request your birth records from the hospital and start there. I have been searching for my real mother off and on the past 5 years and I just recently got these records. Still, not a lot to go on, but it's something. Best of luck:)
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