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Definition of a Co-Signer

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Stanton Bail Bond Store

The role of a co-signer is to provide their legal obligation to be financially responsible for another person’s dues if that person fails to make good on those dues. Having a co-signer for a legal purpose allows more room and flexibility for the first person to make adjustments and meet more ideal goals. For example, co-signers are commonly used for paying loans, rent, and even bail bonds.

A bail bond gets one person out of jail. Someone has to pay for the bail bond, whether it is the defendant and/ or friends or family members. The bail bond will need a co-signer, which provides more security for the bail bond company...

What to Do When Your Loved One Is Arrested In Front of You

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Stanton Bail Bond Store

If you have faced the horror of bearing witness to your loved one’s arrest, you should not have to face the nightmares that follow that moment alone. Do not worry, Stanton Bail Bond Store knows all the right steps to lead you through the bail process as easily as possible.

As soon as you learn what your loved one’s bail is, bring this information to Stanton Bail Bond Store. We will be get you a bail bond that costs 10% of the bail amount. We will draw up a payment plan with you so you can continue to make payments on this 10% after your loved one is released from jail. This 10% is not refundable when all matters are cleared, but the lowered cost, and flexible payment plan, still make bail bonds the most ideal method for getting loved one’s released from jail.

Once we complete the pa...