Grand Junction Birth Records
If you or someone in you family is adopted, you may already know how difficult it is to learn about your biological parents and adoption. In such a case not only do you wish to find out contact information for the ones in question, but any information regarding the biological couple would be a blessing.
Many of these records are hard to find, especially if the adoption was closed at the time it was filed. That means that you will likely hit a dead end and have to abandon your search before you find the answers you need. This makes the process of finding your biological parents even more challenging and stressful.
Making matters more difficult is the problem of the triple L Location, Location, Location. There is no guarantee that a child will remain in the Colorado all of his life or even during the entire process. It is possible that parents that live in Grand Junction will hand a child to an orphanage in another and then the child could be adopted in a third state while the adopted parents will then take him to live in a fourth state.
All you have to know is a name and the state in which you were born, which can often be found on your original birth certificate. With the certificate at hand, you can locate the names of your biological parents. From there, you can then begin to retrieve more information about them such as their birth or marriage records and find out who they were. It is also possible that you could easily uncover contact details. You may discover that you have brothers or sisters. As bad as it sounds, it is also possible that you will discover that your birth parents are deceased or that may have a criminal records, which may deter you from meeting them in person. Whatever your final decision in the matter may be, it is highly recommended that you obtain as much information as possible beforehand.