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How to Tell Your Parents You’re in Trouble

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Admitting to someone, especially parents, that you’re in trouble can be terrifying, absolutely terrifying. But not telling them you need help is worse, as they are the people who can help you the most and offer you the most support. Parents never give up on their children – your parents will not give up on you. Whether you’re in trouble for cheating on a test or you’re in trouble with the police, find a way to tell your parents. Besides, you may not realize it now, but being honest with your loved ones relieves you a huge amount of stress.

  • Tell your parents everything. Don’t leave anything out.
  • Write down what you want to say if you need to.
  • Be genuine and compassionate.
  • Realize your mistake. Admit it. Understand possible consequences. Accept them.
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Your Parents Are The Best People to Reach Out to When You’re in Trouble

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The toughest times for people to ask for help are when they’re in trouble, especially asking for help from the ones who can offer it the most – parents. The fear of disappointing and angering parents tends to make people hesitate to ask for the help, but above all that, parents truly want to and will help in any way they can. Their unconditional love and natural parental instinct will always prevail, no matter how much you’re in trouble.

Your parents are the best people to reach out to when you’re in trouble. A rollercoaster of emotions will throw you all for a loop during the duration of this time period but everything will settle back to normal quickly enough. Your parents can pick you up if you’re stuck with no ride home. Your parents can give you advice when you need it...

From One Family to Another. Long Beach Bail Bonds is Here to Help

Long Beach Bail Bonds

As a family owned and operated company, Long Beach Bail Bonds in Los Angeles fully understands the value of family. Nothing makes us sadder than seeing loved ones torn over legal issues and jail. Nothing makes us happier than uniting these two parties once again.

When a family member is arrested, there will be stress, nerves, anger, worry, and overall, just a lot of confusion on how to react and feel. That’s natural. There is so much to think and stress about: how the family member fares in jail, how to pay bail and other fees like an attorney, if needed, how to break the news to other people who need to know what happened, etc.

Long Beach Bail Bonds can help alleviate some of this stress by sending one of our very best bail agents to your side...

Know Your Rights And Receive The Honest Legal Proceedings You Deserve

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Innocent until proven guilty. That is a powerful right given unto all American citizens, a right exercised by the right to post bail until trial. As a defendant, do you know your full rights during the bail process? You have the right to:

  • Know all the charges made against you.
  • Non-excessive bail.
  • Be presumed innocent.

At Long Beach Bail Bonds, we uphold, protect, and encourage these rights, as these are the fundamental reasons upon which we do our business with integrity and unmatched success. As a client of ours, you have the right to:

  • Professional, confidential, and fast service.
  • Receive receipts of all collateral and other payment collected.
  • Receive necessary copies of documentation relating to the bail case.
  • Full disclosure of obligations as a co-signer.

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Live by The Vows You Promised Your Partner

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When a bond of love is honest, true, and strong, nothing will be able to break apart the two who promised to support and be each other “for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health.” This wedding vow might easily be said, but harder done when the lower end of the spectrum comes in – for worse, for poorer, and in sickness.

If your lover is arrested, will you stand with him or her in solidarity through the case? Will you help bail them out of jail? You may not agree with the actions he or she committed and in fact, he or she may not be at fault. Facing reality when a loved one is in jail falls among the toughest of tough times but if you have the courage and strength to be there to support them, that is truly admirable.

Don’t let your loved one sit behind ...