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Who Can Be a Co-Signer?

Who can be a cosigner

Who can be a cosigner

When someone that you care about is in trouble, you aren’t worried about how you are related to them. All you care about is helping that person. This is definitely the case when it comes to bail. You just want to help someone out, and when it comes to bail, that is all that matters.

Some people mistakenly believe that you have to be related to someone to post their bail. However, that is not the case. The only requirements for bailing someone out of jail are being California residents and knowing enough about the person to fill out the paperwork. Primarily, this means knowing the person’s name, date of birth, and the county where he or she was arrested.

When a person agrees to help bail someone out of jail and signs the contract for the bail bond, they become a co-signer...

What Are Your Options for Paying?

paying options for bail bonds

paying options for bail bonds

People like to have options, especially in instances where options tend to be a bit limited. This is the case when you need to bail someone out of jail. Leaving your loved one stuck in jail is not an option for you. You have to bail them out no matter how much it may cost. Luckily for you, Long Beach Bail Bonds provides plenty of payment options for our clients.

For starters, our bail bonds only cost 10% of the full bail amount. If your loved one’s bail is set at $20,000, then the bail bond will cost $2,000. That’s a 90% discount right off the bat for just coming to us for help.

From there, we provide all of our clients with affordable, personalized payment plans. This breaks up the cost and provides our clients with some wiggle room...

What Happens If a Person Misses a Bail Payment?

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bail payments

Most people have a lot of questions and concerns when it comes to dealing with bail. This is largely because most people don’t know a whole lot about bail in the first place. After all, they never expected to need bail. Still, that doesn’t mean that someone they know will never get arrested. In California alone, thousands of people are arrested every single day.

One of the big concerns that people have when dealing with bail, is what happens when they miss a payment or miss a court date? Everyone understands that missing either one of those would not be good, but they aren’t sure exactly how bad it is. Does it lead to harsh consequences, or does the person just receive a slap on the wrist?

There Is a Contract

When a person posts bail with a bail bond, they sign an agreement with the b...

How to Prepare to Deal with Bail

How to prepare to deal with bail

How to prepare to deal with bail

Most people have never dealt with bail before because no one they know ever got arrested. With thousands of people getting arrested every single day in California, chances are someone that you know will get arrested at some point. If that ever happens, you want to be prepared. After all, the faster you deal with someone’s bail, the less time they spend locked up.

The best way to deal with bail is to get a bail bond from Long Beach Bail Bonds. Our bonds only cost 10% of the bail they are for and you get help from our professional bail agents. To help you get through this whole ordeal of bailing out your loved one as quickly as possible, here are some ways you can be prepared for the bail bond before talking to an agent.

The hardest part when it comes to bail is money...

Our Family Will Help Your Family

Our family will help your family

The most important thing in this world is family. This close group of people, whether related by blood, marriage, or bond, is a group of people that you would trust with your life. You know that if you ever need help, you can count on them to be there and vice versa. You support one another through thick and thin so if one of your loved ones gets arrested, you will help post their bail.

Having this kind of support group helps you get through anything, even the arrest of a loved one. You and your family will work together to get your loved one out of jail. Make sure that when you hire a bail agent, they share a similar resolve. Here at Long Beach Bail Bonds, we are all about family so you can count on us.

Our company was founded in 1987 and ever since we have remained a family-owned comp...

We’ll Help You Post Bail 24 Hours A Day

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long beach bail bonds is here to help

No one ever plans on getting arrested, and so people are usually caught off guard when a loved one does get arrested. Luckily Long Beach Bail Bonds can help you with that. One might think that after posting bail things get easier, but that isn’t always the case. Sometimes the unthinkable happens and your loved one gets arrested again.

You could still be trying to pay off your loved one’s first bail bond, when they get arrested a second time. This can be even more stressful for you than the first time. Luckily, Long Beach Bail Bonds is still here for you. We can help you out with this situation just like we did with the first one.

Just because you haven’t finished paying off the first bail bond does not mean that you can’t get a second one...

Do You Need Collateral to Post Bail?

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There are a lot of different aspects to bailing someone out of jail. Some things, such as giving information about a loved one to a bail agent, are easier to understand. Other things can be completely new concepts to people. One example of this would be collateral. Some people have never heard the term before and have no idea what it means or how it applies to bail.

Collateral is something that often pops up when large sums of money are being loaned to others. In its simplest form, collateral is something of value that a client pledges as an insurance that they will pay back the loan. The collateral has to be equal to or greater in value to the amount of money loaned. If the client fails to pay off their loan, then the company keeps the pledged collateral as payment for the loan.

Collat...

Why Was Your Loved One Arrested?

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long beach bail bonds why was your loved one arrested

You never know what a friend or family member could get arrested for. After all, you never really expected a loved one to get arrested at all. Once you learn of a loved one’s arrest, you may not actually know why he or she was arrested. Trying to find that information on your own can be difficult, especially when your loved one can only talk to you for so long.

Luckily, there are professionals who can help you. All you have to do is contact Long Beach Bail Bonds. For over 30 years, we have helped Californians deal with bail and rescue their loved ones from jail. We can do the same for you. We provide all kinds of services for our clients, including:

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
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What Happens If You Miss a Bail Bond Payment?

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long beach bail bonds late bail bond payment

A concern that many people have when dealing with bail is being able to make the payments. Here at Long Beach Bail Bonds, we break up the cost of our bonds by providing personalized payment plans for all of our clients. This makes bailing a loved one out of jail a whole lot easier for our clients.

While the payments are designed to fit within each client’s unique budget, it isn’t always perfect. Sometimes life gets in the way and changes things up. What may have started off as an affordably sized monthly payment can suddenly become unbearable. This can happen for any number of reasons and can cause additional stress for clients.

Luckily, here at Long Beach Bail Bonds we understand how things can change from month to month...

California’s Privacy Laws

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long beach bail bonds californias privacy laws

Everybody has a right to privacy, especially here in California. No one wants to deal with someone spying on them in private situations. That is why the state of California has a few different laws revolving around people’s right to privacy.

According to state law, there are certain areas where a person should be able to expect and receive privacy. Anyone who breaks that privacy can face legal consequences. California residents should be aware of these laws so that they don’t end up accidentally breaking them.

Laws about Recording People in California

California Penal Code (PC) 647 is the state’s disorderly conduct law. It covers all sorts of things from prostitution, aggressive begging, and invasion of privacy. Specifically, sections i and j of this law relate to privacy.

PC 647i...