Assuming that the primary objective is to examine the signature, handwriting, or initials on the Will, this may be done at the courthouse.
However, if there are questions regarding whether pages have been switched, the original Will would have to be examined in our laboratory.
This paper introduces four techniques developed with the goal of estimating the age of ballpoint inks.
Establishing the approximate age of an ink entry from a questioned document is often a complicated task and a controversial issue in forensic sciences.
Among the existing approaches, the analysis of solvents in ballpoint inks may be a useful parameter for determining the age of ink on paper.
An asterisk (*) adjacent to the member's name indicates that the examiner is also certified by the American Board of Forensic Document Examiners (ABFDE).
Riley, Welch, La Porte & Associates Forensic Laboratories, Inc.