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Forensic Document Analysis specializes in the in-depth analysis of handwriting, signatures, and a wide range of physical and digital documents.

We guarantee the highest accuracy and will always work to adhere to our industry best practices to ensure confidence in our results.

While each case submitted to the Forensic Document Analysis exam is unique, there are some typical document and signature analysis cases for which we have standardized part of our analysis process designed to deliver the most accurate results.

If you have any questions about the authenticity of a legal document, contract, will or signature; our forensic document examiner can help. Each stroke of handwritten text contains natural variations and many other characteristics that our forensic document examiner has the skill and training to isolate. 

Analysis of a piece of handwriting by our qualified forensic document examiner will provide evidence indicating the true author of a document. One of the most common applications for forensic analysis of documents is the analysis of the authenticity of signatures. The authenticity of a signature can be determined by comparing it to known exemplars, determining the time period in which a document was signed, as well as any modifications to the original signature. Alterations, inconsistencies, forgeries and substitutions can be determined by our forensic document examiner, in addition to identifying writing tools, ink and paper types; and discover critical evidence of invisible impressions of a document.

We have a forensic image detector equipped with anti-counterfeiting functions that works under multiple light sources, scanning quickly with automatic photos. This device handled by our expert in Document Forensic Analysis will accurately determine the authenticity of any document.

Writing analysis

Signature analysis

Autograph authentication

Counterfeit bill detection

Counterfeit detection

Deletion and deleted text detection

Ink Type Comparisons

Paper comparisons

Rubber stamp detection

Document authentication and signatures

Document authoring

Examination of Partially Destroyed or Altered Documents

Alternative Light Source Exams

Digital or electronic documents


Disputed documents

Altered Documents




Loan contracts

Marriage Agreements

Divorce Acts


Land records

Income tax records

Medical records

Insurance claims


Election Petitions

Suspicious/anonymous letters

Meet Our Forensic Document Analyst


Ingrid Figueroa

Forensic Document Analyst & Handwriting Expert

She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice with a major in Forensic Investigations, and her extensive experience makes her a valuable asset to our company. In addition to her proficiency as a calligrapher and graphology expert, she has a remarkable track record in solving cases involving counterfeit passports and licenses. Her expertise extends to various forensic domains, and her commitment to achieving the company's objectives is unparalleled.

As a Forensic Document Analyst, she specializes in scrutinizing documents to ascertain their authenticity, covering a broad spectrum that includes handwriting, signatures, and typewritten materials. Her dedication to maintaining a high level of attention to detail is evident in her work, and she consistently strives to deliver top-quality analyses that are both objective and impartial.


Her focus on forensic analysis has successfully led her to resolved notable cases: 

  • Conducted a thorough analysis of a passport for a client who met an individual online, ultimately determining that the passport was fraudulent. This revelation played a crucial role in exposing the situation as a scam.

  • Showcased expertise on local television during the analysis of a case involving a fatality caused by a drunk driver. She eloquently analyzed the signature on the alcohol test consent form and provided her expert opinion on how a person's signature undergoes between a state of sane judgment and under the influence of alcohol, adding her valuable forensic insights.

  • Analyzed a Texas state identification for a client who suspected she was been a victim of a "love scam" and it was certified that the identification was fake, providing crucial evidence to support the client's suspicions.

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