Professional Handwriting Analysts & Forensic Handwriting Experts



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Handwriting analysis

The Forensic Handwriting Examiner, specialized in handwriting identification, is a technician of handwriting examination. Applying scientific principles, the Forensic Handwriting Examiner analyses and evaluates the evidence discovered and reaches reasonable and
valid opinions, writes reports, and gives testimony when needed to aid the client or court to arrive at the truth. The validity and importance of handwriting patterns in questioned documents work have been established for many years. 

Questioned Document Examiners are concerned with the examination of documents to establish authenticity, or lack of authenticity, or authorship. Through scientific examination of the physical features of documents the examiner may discover alterations, and / or deletions; decipher obliterations; develop indented writing impressions; determine authorship. 

Handwriting Analysis (Graphology) does not fall into the realm of the esoteric, it is a scientific examination of the strokes and impulses that are transmitted directly from the brain via the motor neuron system to the hand holding the pen. The writing strokes are directly influenced by the state of mind at the time of writing and the inherent personality of the writer.  

It has been proved that if one uses the foot, forehead or any other means to write, after undergoing the necessary period of training, writing would portray the same characteristics related to the psychological make-up of the writer.  

Graphology is a powerful, cost effective tool for Pre-employment screening and Integrity Evaluation of job applicants, Personality Assessment and Partner Compatibility, etc. 

The Statement Analyst detects deception and omissions and obtains information from written, typed, or recorded statements.

"The Moving Finger writes, and having writ,
Moves on; nor all thy Piety nor Wit
Shall lure it back to cancel Half a Line,
Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it"

From "The Rubayat of Omar Khayyam"

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