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Ask Yourself These Questions Right Before Co-signing A Bail Bond

Long Beach Bail Bonds

  • Do I trust the arrested person enough to appear in court when he or she is asked, as well as oblige by any other court-mandated terms?
  • Do I have enough collateral I would be willing and can afford to put up?
  • Can I make do if the arrested person does not go to court?
  • Do I have enough funds to pay the premium?
  • Do I have enough to pay the rest of the bail amount if I have to?
  • Do I have the emotional and mental capacity to take on this responsibility?
  • Do I have the time to keep tabs on the arrested person?
  • How might my relationship with this person change if I said no to co-signing the bail bond?

Co-signing a bail bond is a huge responsibility and we understand that some people do not want to or cannot take on this challenge. Feel free to call us, Long Beach Bail Bonds, at 562-436-2207 to ...

Do I REALLY Want To Cosign For This Bail Bond?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

If you get a call from someone in jail, it probably means he or she is seeking your help to bail him or her out. They are desperate and remorseful for their actions, ready to face consequences, and will be so grateful for you to support them, even if you are angry and disappointed.

The judge will determine the price of bail based on the arrested person’s criminal history and the crime. Because bail can be so high, many arrested people cannot afford to pay the entire amount in one instant payment in cash. So, they call someone they can rely on, and the call us at Long Beach Bail Bonds.

What we do is work with you and the arrested person together...