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Court bonds provide a financial safeguard for individuals or entities involved in court cases. These surety bonds are typically used or required in situations where financial loss can occur.

Choose the Right Surety Bond for Your Legal Matter

The most common types of court bonds we issue include:

Fiduciary Bonds vs. Judiciary Bonds

A fiduciary is an individual appointed by the court to be responsible for assets, for example, a person may be made responsible for a deceased relative’s estate. A fiduciary bond assures the court-appointed individual will act both ethically and responsibly in their role.

If they fail in their duties, the bond will protect those financially harmed by the fiduciary's actions.

A judiciary bond is a court bond designed to help limit the financial loss from a court ruling. The outcome of a court ruling is never guaranteed, and because of this, a judiciary bond is considered riskier than other types of court bonds.

Either the plaintiff or the defendant in a case may be required to obtain a judiciary bond, and the court will stipulate the type of bond required. One of the most commonly known judiciary bonds is bail bonds.

The Simple Bonding Process

View your price or request a free quote
Discover unbeatable value with coverage options tailored to your needs.
Sign your contract and pay the premium
Seal the deal and ensure protection and peace of mind for your business.
Receive your surety or fidelity bond
Expect a speedy turnaround. Our typical turnaround time is 24 hours or less.
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Court Bond Resources

Getting a Surety Bond: Everything You Need to Know

People who work in a variety of industries—including immigration consultants, tax preparers, contractor services, and many others—need to get bonded. But not all bonds are created equal. This guide covers the most important things you need to know about getting the right surety bond to meet your business needs and what that bond really means.

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Understanding Surety Bond Costs

Whether you're getting a surety bond for the first time—or getting different policies as your business grows—it’s important to understand how bond costs work. The rate you pay for a surety bond is known as the premium, and its amount depends on a variety of factors that are explained in this guide.

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