What is a forensic document examiner (FDE)? For the most part, forensic document examiners authenticate signatures on documents; analyze documents for alterations, or changes; compare handwriting; analyze poison pen letters; analyze suicide letters; as well as give the customer some peace of mind.
The majority of cases that FDE's receive involve Wills, Deeds, Warranties, and Contracts. The majority of cases are to analyze, compare, and evaluate questioned signatures. Greed never seems to fill its hunger and avenues of fraud is the food it feeds on.
If you have found yourself in a situation and need a forensic document examiner, I am a call away. 580-467-4786
Today is the first day of the rest of my life...Charles Dederich. WOW! This statement has been around for a very long time, but it remains a point of daily direction. I have always loved the word journey. It represents something that is ongoing. It represents a challenge. It represents courage. I often refer to myself as a sojourner. That represents that there is no stopping. It represents that I will face many differing and challenging aspects in life.
As a forensic document examiner, my journey leads me across the paths of individuals that are faced with problems of fraud; individuals that other family members are attempting to take away their inheritance; identity theft; the list can go on and on. During these times, I sojourn with others in order to help them with their particular situation. If you have found yourself in a complicated situation involving fraud, call me and let's talk.
Brenda Petty, CQDE-Diplomate