If you know the names and birth dates of your birth parents but have no information on them, you may still be able to find them. You can do this by contacting your county courthouse or a distant relative. If you have no other information on your birth parents, you may be able to find them through social media.
First of all, be careful with who you contact. Some of the people you contact may be fake. If they don’t trust you, don’t contact them. They might worry that you’re just trying to rip them off. It’s also important to remember that your search will be time-consuming.
Fortunately, modern DNA science has made it possible for Klappenberger and many other adoptees to find their birth parents. Several states have laws that allow adoptees to contact an intermediary (usually a state-employed social worker). The birth mother will decide whether or not to connect with her biological child.
Taking a DNA test is the most popular way to find your birth parents. DNA testing companies can match you with others who have taken the DNA test, and they can tell you if you share a common ancestor. This information can give you a glimpse of your family history and how you fit into their family. DNA testing has been used to identify thousands of people worldwide and the numbers are growing every day.