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Bail Bonds 101

  1. Consultation

    If you have a loved one in jail, the first step is to contact a bail agent to discuss the case. We will help you understand the bail amount, if there are any holds or complications, and how to get your loved one released ASAP. Every case is unique, and we can guide you through the legal maze. If you do not yet have an attorney we will be happy to refer one to you.

  2. Paperwork

    There is a small amount of paperwork with the bond. It can be done online or in our comfortable office.

  3. Bond Posting

    Your agent will go to the jail and submit all the required paperwork to secure your loved one’s release in the least possible time.


So Many Questions!

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  1. What is a Bail Bond?

    A bail bond is a contract guaranteeing to the court that the defendant will appear for all future court dates on the case, and if not, the full amount of the bail will be paid to the court. A bail bond allows the defendant to remain out of jail until the end of the court case.

  2. What is a cosigner?

    A cosigner (also known as a guarantor or indemnitor) is the person who takes financial responsibility for the bail bond if the defendant fails to appear in court, including guarantee of the full bail amount.

  3. Do you take payments?

    Yes! To qualified cosigners.

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