Having found what looks like an antique document bearing George
Washington's signature in your grandfather's attic in Virginia,
you find yourself thinking about how you are going to spend
the millions of dollars this document must be worth. Although
it is only natural to get excited, you need to have the signatures
verified using handwriting analysis for forgery before you
get too excited.
It is the job of a forensic handwriting expert such as Cina
Wong Forgery Expert to perform a handwriting analysis for
forgery to examine the signature on the document and then
to compare it to known examples from the signatory. This is
the only possible way to verify whether or not the document
is the real thing. An incorrect verification can have disastrous
results, but if the signatures are found to be real, the document
could end up being worth a small fortune to the finder.