Author Samantha Jadin Releases her First Novel “The Inheritance” - A True Story About Her Illegal Adoption
DENVER, CO – January 13, 2010 - Author Samantha Jadin writes a controversial true story about her life and discovery about her illegal adoption, her biological father’s quest to find her, and the process through the Colorado legal system to unadopt herself to open sealed adoption records. The book takes you through the twists and turns in her search for her biological family as she learns the facts from willing relatives, records, and even from beyond the grave. Samantha’s story is a fight for her soul and the release of the truth within her being.
Adoption related statistics are staggering:
• $1.4 billion is the value placed on adoption services in the U.S. despite only 138,000 adoptions in the same year, 1999
• $60,000+ is the average cost of a private adoption in the U.S. since 1999
• $80,000 is what a black market adoption can cost (1996 to present, according to the Los Angeles Times, 6-22-96, B-7)
• 140,000,000 Americans have an adoption in their immediate family (one’s grandparents, parents, brothers, sisters, spouse, children and grandchildren)
• 6 in 10 Americans have had a personal experience with adoption
• 1 million children in the U.S. live with adoptive parents
• 760,000 children are reported missing each year
Source: Statistics of Adoption, 2005 Edition, compiled and edited by Lori Carangelo.
During her research, Samantha discovers that her biological father’s name was on her original birth certificate. Later she learns from a family member that he never relinquished his parental rights, nor was he informed about the adoption. Therefore, according to the Child’s Code in Title 19, Samantha’s adoption was illegal because of relinquishment law. The Federal law has also issued the right to dissolve adoptions upon petition of the court in 16-1509A. Samantha is continuing her quest to dissolve her adoption as well as void her adoption decree in the Colorado Court System.
“I was swept away by the inheritance; I see a movie.”- Marsha. “It’s a true life mystery. I wanted to keep reading it and reading it.”
“It’s a page turner.” - Friend of author. “I can’t get this book out of my head, I had to contact you.”
“Samantha’s book is about her “journey” as an adopted daughter trying to learn about and locate her birth parents. In the process, she is lied to and deceived by almost everyone, but she keeps getting hints from psychics and other sources that she should keep going. She finds out who her birth family is, but they don’t want to know anything about her in a way that seems fishy. Finally it turns out that there was quite a substantial inheritance at stake, and they pulled some illegal shenanigans to get her part of the estate. There ultimately is a corrupt lawyer and small town cronies who connive and conspire to keep her from inheriting part of her father’s estate. But she connects with a few members of her birth family (aunts, cousins, a half-sibling) who know how much her father loved her and how hard he had tried to find her to take care of her. The book, called “The Inheritance”, ends with her feeling very connected to her (deceased) father and grandfather in a special way, but exposes the chicanery of the living inheritors, her adoptive parents, and small town interests.” Review by author Marsha Willis.”
Title: The Inheritance By: Samantha Jadin
Format/Genre: Paperback/True crime. ISBN: 978-1-4490-5181-5
Publication Date: 12/09/2009 # pages: 352
Price: $11.60 Size: 5’ by 8”
To Order: www.samanthajadin.com
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