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This program was recorded on January 17th, 2019
In a divorce case, one spouse’s interest in the property was transferred to the other spouse. The fraudulent deed was recorded by the Los Angeles County recorder’s office. It was notarized and signed. It truly looked legitimate. Upon careful examination, I discovered how the deed had been altered. The court transferred the property interest back to the proper spouse. Forensic document examiners often are retained to determine whether a document has been altered. Alterations are made in many ways. The person making the alteration believes they are clever enough to avoid detection. Usually they leave traces of their misdeeds behind. This presentation reviews examples from real cases, offering an overview of different types of alterations encountered by document examiners and methods of detecting the alterations.