Co-signer Questions about Bail Bonds

May 16th, 2011 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

There are dozens of questions that people often have regarding the bail bonds process. The most common questions are easily found on the Internet, but there are limited resources and information for co-signers: Q: My friend needs me to be a co-signer, but I don’t have all the money needed. What can I do? A: A good bondsman or agency is going to offer payment plans to cover the cost and fees to people who qualify by meeting that agency’s terms. All-Pro Bail Bonds will make payments very affordable for you. It is important that you not let a loved one stay in jail just because you assume you don’t have the money. Always call an agent to get help regarding payments.


Questions and Answers Regarding Bail Bonds

April 4th, 2011 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

There can be many important questions when it comes to bail bonds; especially if anyone is facing this type of situation that need this for themselves or someone else. Fortunately, there is plenty of information that is provided on the Internet to explain the whole process so that it makes better sense, and you will know what will need to be done in these circumstances. Having the facts is the most important thing so everything is clear to you. Here are some questions that may be important but not necessarily covered regarding bail bonds; especially if you are a co-signer. What types of responsibilities does the co-signer have with this process? There are really two important responsibilities that a co-signer has. First, they are guaranteeing that the defendant will appear in all court hearings. Secondly, they are guaranteeing that they can pay the face amount if the defendant does not appear in court. What are the defendant's responsibilities? The person who has been arrested must be responsible to appear in all required court hearings. In addition, some people may also be accountable for paying fees that are due for the bond as well. What happens if the defendant misses court? If the person misses a hearing he or she was ordered to attend, the most important thing to do right away is call the bondsman. A bail reinstatement notice from the agent to the court will state that the arrested person does plan to voluntarily return to the court and put the matter back on the calendar. It also will state that the bondsman agrees to still remain responsible for the bond. These are just a few questions that you may not have thought about when this situation is happening. It is best to search for agencies that are experts in the industry, such as All-Pro Bail Bonds. We can provide great information, including how to get the process going. It is important to contact All-Pro Bail Bonds as soon as possible so that we can start the paperwork to get everything going. Our services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We will work quickly with you so that you can get your friend or family member out of jail. It can be very overwhelming, but we are professionals with answers to all questions regarding bail bonds, making the process less stressful. All-Pro Bail Bonds is here to help.


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