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Arizona
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First Breathe!
A telephone consultation is required, and this is always free of charge. During the consultation, all of your questions are answered, and you will know by the end of the conversation just what your legal rights are and how to proceed. You do have options! Once you are ready, you will need to provide the following items:
  • Use the link above, Consent to Exchange Information form. Download and complete the form and mail the original to Debra Allen. **This form must be notarized.
  • Use the link above to download the Request for Confidential Intermediary Appointment Form. Complete the form and mail the original to Debra Allen.
  • Click on the appropriate information form, and fill it out as completely as possible.
  • Include a photocopy of your State ID, such as a driver’s license.
  • Include a photocopy of your birth certificate.
  • Check, money order, or credit cards accepted. Checks to be made payable to Debra Allen for the agreed upon amount.

MAIL ALL DOCUMENTS TO:
Debra Allen
285 Lake Havasu Avenue S.
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
833-742-5536 / Fax 800-699-7008
Contact me with any questions on your search!

Who may use the services of a Confidential Intermediary?For adoptions finalized in Arizona and pursuant to A.R.S. § 8-134, any of the following persons may use the services of a CI:

  • Adoptive parents of an adoptee who is at least 18 years of age, or if the adoptive parents are deceased, the adoptee’s guardian.
  • An adoptee who is at least 18 years of age.
  • If any adoptee is deceased, the adoptee’s spouse if the spouse is the legal parent  or guardian of any child of the adoptee.  If any adoptee is deceased, any progeny of the adoptee who is at least 18 years of age.  Either of the birth parents of an adoptee. If the birth parent of an adoptee is deceased, the parent of the birth parent.
  • A biological sibling of an adoptee if the sibling is at least 18 years of age. A  CI cannot contact persons under 21 years of age without a court order. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 8-543, any of the following persons may participate in SIX using the services of a CI: An adult who is a former dependent child.  A juvenile who is a former dependent child, through any of the following: (a)   The juvenile’s adoptive parent.  (b)  The juvenile’s guardian.

Why should I use an Arizona Confidential Intermediary?
If you were born or adopted in Arizona, this is what you can expect from a certified C.I.
CONFIDENTIALITY: Consent from all parties is required for the sharing of identifying and non-identifying information
RESOURCES: CI’s may inspect the confidential court, division agency and maternity home records not otherwise available.
SENSITIVITY & PROFESSIONALISM: CIs are trained to handle sensitive situations in a discreet and objective manner.

Do I need to live in Arizona to start my search?
No, the adoption and or birth just needed to have taken place in Arizona.

How long is the search process?
That depends on the ability for me to locate your family and their response back to allow contact. The quickest court case was three days and the longest took a couple of months, but because the family was slow to return my paperwork.

How much does a confidential intermediary search cost?
The fee is less than you might think. I provide a free initial appointment that can be conducted over the phone. Each case is unique and some require more time and some less time. My goal is to keep the process as cost effective as possible. Some cases take a few hours and others take many hours to complete. I believe that finding your family should be affordable to all. Sometimes I receive donations and I am able to use that money to help those who cannot afford the total cost of the search.

Children born in the State of Arizona and adopted in Arizona or another state
Adoption is a process completed by a court of competent jurisdiction. The Office of Vital Records is responsible for amending the birth certificate after an adoption has been finalized. By the tenth day of the month, all adoptions finalized in the preceding month, shall be forwarded by the court to the State Office of Vital Records for the birth certificate to be amended to reflect the adoptive information (A.R.S. § 36-336). If the court does not send the information to the Office of Vital Records, the adoptive parent can submit a certified copy of the adoption decree and the Adoption Worksheet [PDF] to amend the birth certificate.

When the birth certificate is amended after an adoption, the new birth certificate shall state the city or county of birth stated on the original birth certificate and the date of birth stated on the original birth certificate.
After the Office of Vital Records amends the birth certificate, the original birth certificate shall be sealed along with the evidentiary documents (court order, adoption certificate) provided to amend the birth certificate. The sealed record cannot be opened unless by a confidential intermediary to use the information to find information needed in their search to find birth family. The confidential intermediary then cannot release that certificate to the adoptee or birth family.

Children born in another state and adopted in Arizona
Not a problem. If you were born and or adopted in Arizona, the ORIGINAL AND AMENDED birth certificates are filed together in the Arizona Vital Records file for the child’s birth. For instance, I was born in Arizona but my adoption was finalized where my adopted parents resided at the time in the State of Illinois. Or for example, if you were born in California and the adoption was finalized in Arizona, that is also not a problem, as the information can still be obtained by a confidential intermediary in Arizona.

I don’t know anything and my adopted parents are not willing to help
Not a problem. We, you and I don’t need the adopted parents assistance or permission. The records are filed by the adopted parents names, so knowing your birth parents names are not necessary.

Arizona Adoption Search and Reunion

California
START YOUR CALIFORNIA BIRTH OR ADOPTION SEARCH

1. Download and print the CONSENT FOR CONTACT FORM (THIS FORM HAS TO BE NOTARIZED, FAXED THEN MAILED BACK TO ALLEN INVESTIGATIONS BEFORE A SEARCH CAN BEGIN).
2. Fill out the appropriate information form, print, and mail this form in.
3. Photocopy of State ID such as a driver’s license and also your birth certificate.
4. Check, money order or credit cards accepted. Checks to be made payable to Debra Allen for the agreed upon amount.
MAIL ALL DOCUMENTS TO:
Debra Allen
285 Lake Havasu Avenue S.
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
833-742-5536 / Fax 800-699-7008
Contact me with any questions on your search!

California Adoption Search and Reunion.

Louisiana
LOUISIANA ADOPTEES

Are you an adoptee born in Louisiana and searching for your birth parents? Or did you surrender a baby born in Louisiana during 1984-1995? If so, I can help you reunite with your family. I’ve reunited over 50 of these adoption cases in Louisiana. I helped one adoptee that was born during this time frame and uncovered hundreds more that were born during that time and location.

For birth mothers – did you answer an ad in the newspaper and were sent to Louisiana to give birth during 1984-2000? Did an attorney or doctor advise you to go to Louisiana to give birth? Did you give birth in Eunice, Mamou, Opelauous, Lafayette or Baton Rouge? A partial list of attorneys that assisted with the adoptions were Kent DeJean, Kenneth Pitre, A. Bruce Rozas, McGee, Manuel, Nina Broyles and H. Michael Aaron. A partial list of the hospitals used are Moosa, Savoy, and Woman’s Hospitals.

Most of the children were sent or adopted into families that lived on the East Coast. Some children remained in Louisiana, but the majority did not stay in Louisiana. The adoption laws were lax during that time in Louisiana, and this allowed pregnant women to be taken to Louisiana, give birth and then the children were sent to awaiting families.
** These adoptions were not illegal, the families and attorneys just used the loose adoption laws in Louisiana to get around waiting years on adoption lists in other states. Birth mothers needed help and families wanted babies.

We have a support group on Facebook entitled Gitelman Louisiana Adoption.

Contact Allen Investigations if we can help you with your search.

LOUISIANA BIRTH MOTHERS

For birth mothers – did you answer an ad in the newspaper and were sent to Louisiana to give birth during 1984-2000? Or did an attorney or doctor advise you to go to Louisiana to give birth? Did you give birth in Eunice, Mamou, Opelauous, Lafayette or Baton Rouge? A partial list of attorneys that assisted with the adoptions were Kent DeJean, Kenneth Pitre, A. Bruce Rozas, McGee, Manuel, Nina Broyles and H. Michael Aaron. A partial list of the hospitals used was Moosa, Savoy, and Woman’s Hospitals.

Another name associated with the adoptions was a baby broker named Richard Gitelman, aka Richard Gettleman Richard Gittelman. He lived in Florida and had connections with many families on the East Coast. Many of these children were adopted and taken to the state of New York, New Jersey, and Florida. Gitelman published ads in the newspapers all across the United States to find pregnant women who needed care and support during their pregnancy. In return, Richard Gitelman would place the child in a family that he or the other lawyers preselected.

** These adoptions were not illegal, the families and attorneys just used the loose adoption laws in Louisiana to get around waiting years on adoption lists in other states. Birth mothers needed help and families wanted babies.
We have a support group on Facebook entitled Gitelman Louisiana Adoption.
Contact Allen Investigations if we can help you with your search.

Louisiana Adoption Search and Reunion.

Nationwide
START YOUR NATIONWIDE BIRTH OR ADOPTION SEARCH

1. Download and print the CONSENT TO EXCHANGE INFORMATION FORM. This form needs to be NOTARIZED and then faxed to 800-699-7008 and the original mailed to Allen Investigations at the above address.
2. Fill in the appropriate information form, print, and mail in.
3. Pay in the form of a Check, Money Order, or credit card is acceptable.
4. A telephone consultation is mandatory before a search will begin.MAIL ALL DOCUMENTS TO:
Debra Allen
285 Lake Havasu Avenue S.
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
833-742-5536 / Fax 800-699-7008
Contact me with any questions on your search!

Nationwide Adoption Search.

Adoption Services

Approximately 2.5% of all American children are adopted. If you are an adoptee or birth parent looking to reunite with your first or birth family, Allen Investigations has a track record of using proven investigative techniques, genealogy and DNA, to locate family members. Our investigative team has reunited over 3000 thousand birth families.
Allen Investigations has extensive experience and resources to discover family members you would like to connect with. Contact us when you are ‘ready for answers’.

Contact Us

285 Lake Havasu Avenue South.

#200 Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403

1048 Irvine Ave. # 530,

Newport Beach CA 92660

833-742-5536

Fax: 800-699-7008

debra@alleninv.com


We belong to the following organizations:
  • Cold Case Foundation
  • Calipi California Private Investigators
  • AalpI Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators
  • W.A.D. World Association of Private Investigators
  • Southern California Fraud Investigators Association
  • Nciss National Council of Investigations & Security Services
  • California Homicide Investigators Association
  • Arizona Homicide Investigators Association
  • Intellnet - International Intelligence Network
  • Nali - National Association of Legal Investigators

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