Document Fraud in Probate Cases

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Course Description

Length: 1h 2min    Published: 4/26/2019    
People use different means to commit fraud with documents in probate cases. Examples are when a person fabricates a will leaving all assets to themselves from the decedent. Other examples are when a person writes checks from the decedent's bank account. There are times when a document is notarized, yet the notarization is fraudulent. There are different ways this can occur. A skilled forensic document examiner can oftentimes discover how the documents have been created and altered to benefit a party who does not deserve benefit from the decedent's estate. This presentation uses case studies to identify various methods that have been used to attempt to fraudulently take a decedent's property.
Learning Objectives
* How document fraud occurs in probate cases
* Understanding how to spot potential fraud
* What strategies experts use to identify and prove fraud in probate litigation

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