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5/23/19 5:03 P

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It really is amazing what DNA can tell us. I've been involved with a couple of groups for several years now that have been quite successful in reuniting birth parents & adopted babies. Either side can start the search but reunion only occurs if both sides are willing for it to. As a matter of fact, I just discovered last year that my dad was not my birth father & I have two brothers & two sisters.

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5/23/19 12:09 P

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This is interesting.

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5/21/19 1:36 P

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Keys to Making Your Unknown Parentage Case a Success

Congratulations! You’ve given this a lot of thought, and you’re ready to find your birth parents. You know this is a big job, so you’ve asked Legacy Tree Genealogists to help. We’re on it, and we can’t wait to get started.

Here’s a secret, though: A lot of our success here is going to depend on you. We’ve helped a lot of people, and we feel like we’re pretty good at this, but we still need your help. There’s a lot you can do to make sure we find your biological parents as efficiently as possible. Here are seven ways you can make sure we’re successful together:

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