Experts in TEDRA Litigation: Handwriting Examination, Capacity, and Forensic Accounting (April 2017) [17498-7MP3 / 17498-7VIDEO]

Experts in TEDRA Litigation: Handwriting Examination, Capacity, and Forensic Accounting (April 2017) [17498-7MP3 / 17498-7VIDEO]

 
Original Program Date: April 21, 2017
Duration: 59 minutes
Credits: Law & Legal Procedure: 1.00
 
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This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, "A Statewide Perspective on Trust and Estate Litigation: The Bench and the Experts Weigh In," recorded on April 21, 2017, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

This session includes an overview of (1) forensic document examination, including analyzing handwriting and signatures, inks and paper, authenticating documents, and examining for indented writing and alterations; (2) issues surrounding capacity, including factual scenarios that may appropriate for expert analysis; and (3) forensic accounting, including the distinction between forensic accounting and forensic review, and the purposes of each. Hear from the experts as they explain how they can assist with your case.

Presenters:
Bill Jaback – PIC Trust Company, Seattle
Brett Bishop – Bishop Document Examination Services LLC, Cheney
Dr. Kristoffer Rhoads – Memory and Brain Wellness Center at Harborview, Seattle

Moderator: Adrienne McEntee – Terrell Marshall Law Group PLLC, Seattle


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