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Searching for an Adopted Adult

Reuniting people separated in life

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We are a registered adoption support agency which enables us to be able to access information regarding an adopted adult’s adoption.

It is only registered adoption support agencies and local authorities that can access information about an adopted adult’s adoption from the General Registry Office, adoption agencies and the courts.

We offer a trace service to search for adopted adults under their adopted name.
The law is clear that agencies are unable to provide birth relatives with identifiable information about an adopted adult until they provide their consent. Subsequnetly, we would approach the adopted adult on your behalf and support you to develop a relationship with the adopted adult.

reasonably priced service

We believe in providing individuals with a reasonably priced service. 

Stages

We support people in three stages:

Stage 1 – Accessing information about adoption

Initial consultation, ID Check, Locating or reading adoption records, Checking the view of adoption agency holding the records regarding contact, Accessing information such as adopted names or information regarding the adoption to enable us to proceed to searching.

Stage 2 – Search Service

Stage 3 – Intermediary Service

F.A.Q.

We provide adopted adults with access to adoption file, search for birth family and intermediary service to contact birth relatives. If adopted adult and the birth relative want to proceed with contact, we will support you to exchange letters through us until you both feel that you want to proceed with direct contact or a reunion. We can support you throughout the process from accessing adoption records through to developing a relationship with your birth relative.
As we are a registered adoption support agency, we can access information about an adopted adult’s adoption therefore we can search and approach an adopted adult.

We will check whether your relative has stated their views about contact. Using an intermediary service usually results in more positive results. Some birth relatives may not have told people that they previously had a child that was placed for adoption therefore it is important to use an intermediary to respectfully approach birth relatives.

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“I would not hesitate to recommend this service to others”
“I am extremely pleased with the help provided. It made a potentially challenging situation much more manageable, and I would not hesitate to recommend this service to others”
“I found Glesni instantly friendly, informative and professional. Amazing!! Wonderful, unexpected outcome, I am delighted my sister and I are reunited and we are enjoying getting to know each other! So happy!”