How Can I Find My Biological Father?


One can find his or her biological father by following the following instructions. Firstly, understand that the search for one?s biological father is difficult emotionally, psychologically and physically. Secondly, one should find the names of his or her biological father, thirdly, contact the local, state and federal levels, fourthly, one can ask the adoption agency to give him or her non-identifying information about their biological father, fifthly, one can locate support groups for adoptees and finally, one can search their respective state adoption agency and ask them to help in tracking down one?s biological father.
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How to Find Your Biological Father
According to the Counseling and Empowerment Consulting Group, "Twenty-four million children in the United States live without their biological father." Searching for your biological father can be a time-consuming and emotionally draining experience, one... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
To find your biological father, you need to get as much information as you can about him. You can ask your mother, relatives or close family friends more about him. You can also check in your birth certificate for his name. Once you get to know his name and other important information about him, you can look for him at
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