What Happens When you Co-Sign for a Bail Bond

No COllateral Bail Bonds

At San Jose Bail Bonds you do not need collateral when you have a working co-signer. When we have a working co-signer we trust that our clients will pay for the bond. After all, San Jose Bail Bonds is here to help you, not to make things more difficult.

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WE MAKE BAIL EASY & AFFORDABLE

WE MAKE BAIL EASY & AFFORDABLE

San Jose Bail Bonds is rated California’s most affordable bail bonds Company! We have 28 years of experience as a leader in the bail bond industry. Our agents are trained and proficient in providing affordable, compassionate, speedy service to all of our clients. Our skilled and helpful bail agents make bailing your loved one quick and easy. As soon as you call, just give one of our agents the name of the person you are trying to bail out, his or her birthday, and the county where the arrest took place. They will search through the different databases to find your loved one and gather the rest of the needed information to start the bail process.

Additional services we provide include:

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What Happens When you Co-Sign for a Bail Bond

What Happens When you Co-Sign for a Bail Bond

Learning a loved one has been arrested is a shocking experience. Most people have a knee-jerk reaction that compels them to say that they will do anything to help out, including serving as a co-signer for the bail bond. The problem is that many people agree to do this without first finding out exactly what their duties as co-signer really are.

As your loved one’s co-signer, you’ll have to sign a bail bond agreement. This agreement is more formally called an indemnity agreement. This agreement clearly lays out how much bail is required, information about our 10% fee, the terms connected to your loved one’s bail, and if collateral is needed what type is used to secure the bail bonds. If we’ve agreed to a payment plan, that will also be discussed in the bail bond agreement that you and your loved one sign.

In addition to co-signing the indemnity agreement, you’ll also be responsible for:

  • Making sure our non-refundable fee is paid as well as covering additional expenses we might accrue on your loved one’s behalf
  • Make sure that everything you tell us about both yourself and your loved one is 100% truthful
  • Helping us make sure your loved one follows the condition of their bail.

In order for us to accept you as a co-signer for your loved one’s bail bond, you must:

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have proof of a stable income
  • Have a satisfactory credit score

If you want to know more about the California bail bond program and what it means to be a co-signer for a bail bond, you should take advantage of our free consultation program that’s available 24/7. During this consultation, you’ll speak to a highly experienced bail bonds expert who will happily help you decide what your best course of action should be.

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