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I think the handwriting or signature is a forgery (simulation). Can you say who wrote it?

If handwriting or a signature is found to be a simulation (copy), normally no indication can be made of who produced it, as the fact that it is a copy of someone else’s handwriting or signature means that it is not the writers normal handwriting. However, in some circumstances, for example where there are elements of the writing being compared that are in common, for example a similar surname, some useful comparison may be possible.


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Can you compare signatures and determine whether they are genuine or forged?


How many examples of handwriting or signatures do you need?


Can you date a document?


I think the handwriting or signature is a forgery (simulation). Can you say who wrote it?


I only have copies of the documents. Is this okay?


How do I send the documents to you for examination?