13 May Who Can Be a Co-Signer?
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. They become responsible for making sure payments are made on time and that their loved one behaves while out on bail. There can be multiple co-signers on a bail bond, which can help make things easier for each signer. Having multiple signers is good because if one qualifies for a discount, they earn it for everyone.
The best co-signers are the ones who are financially stable. They have steady, well-paying jobs and have had them for a while. Co-signers like this will get better deals than other signers, however, this does not mean that you have to have a perfect financial history to be a co-signer for a bail bond. Anyone can be a co-signer.
Here at Long Beach Bail Bonds, we understand how important it is for you to rescue your friend or family member from jail. We don’t care if you are related to the person or not. If you want to bail them out of jail, we will help you. Some of the benefits that we provide for our clients include:
- 24/7 Bail bond service
- 20% Discount
- Phone approvals
- 0% Interest payment plans
- No hidden fees
- No collateral with a working signer
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