Handwriting Expert

A handwriting expert can identify forgery and help identify the forgery of various documents in dispute.  A handwriting expert has years of examining documents.  Common questioned documents include:

  • Disputed Contracts Suspect Documents
  • Altered or Deletions to Documents
  • Handwriting Analysis
  • Forged and Altered Checks
  • Identity Theft
  • Expert Witness
  • Real Estate Transfer
  • Land Deeds
  • Power of Attorney
  • Life Insurance Beneficiary Change
  • Signature Verification
  • Handwriting Identification
  • Threatening Letters
  • Anonymous Letters
  • Graffiti
  • Defamation of Character Letters
  • Accounting Ledgers
  • Medical/Dental Entries

Do You Need a Handwriting Expert?

If you are an attorney or have a case or situation that requires a qualified handwriting analysis expert then we can help with all matters.  We can also provide witness testimony for all legal matters.  Hiring a handwriting expert can help win your case.  Testimony and opinions have led to favorable court rulings, verdicts, and settlements.  

Signature verification is a common request from our clients and financing for lawyers and firms.  If you have been a victim of forgery or have a potentially altered document then we can offer an expert opinion and an official letter of opinion for your court case or mediation proceedings.  We have examined thousands of documents over the years and can also provide testimony on your forgery or altered document case.

Clients often ask if handwriting testimony is admissible in court.  Trial courts may consider whether a theory or technique can be or has been tested; whether it has been subjected to peer review and publication; whether there is a high known or potential rate of error; whether there are standards controlling the technique’s operation; and whether the theory or technique enjoys general acceptance within a relevant scientific community. In this way, a trial judge is given discretion to consider these ” Daubert factors” in determining how and in what manner to make reliability determinations for potential expert witnesses.

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