I have a bit of a problem regarding the will that my father left behind when he passed. I have strong suspicions that it is not a genuine document, but rather, that it might have been forged, or at least, parts of it might have been forged. I really do not want to let a potentially false document get accepted as the real thing without some proof, and that is why I am looking for a forensic investigator to hire at this point in time. I am not sure how much that is going to cost, but there is a lot of money at stake in this will, and it should be worth my time to hire such an investigator.
The problem is that my father remarried fairly late in his life to a woman who is a considerable amount younger than he was. I kind of suspect her of having altered his will, because I know that this will is not the same as the one he had before he married her. However, that alone does not mean that she has done anything wrong. It very well could be that he actually made another will, and that this is the correct will.
However, I do not really think that is the case. It seems too convenient that there is a new will and that it also gives her the vast majority of my father’s wealth. It still has some money going to other people, and a couple causes my father believed in, but I think that might just be to make it look a little bit more legitimate. I guess that the only way I can figure this out is to hire an expert that will be able to solve the mystery, and find out any potential wrongdoing here.