At Freestate Bonds, we are probate bond experts.
A nominal bond guarantees the appointee of the estate will pay all court costs and estate debts owed by the decedent of the estate assets.
When a person petitions to be appointed the appointee of an estate the court will determine if a bond is needed and the bond amount required to cover estate assets.
You will need court documents, a driver's license or ID card, a completed application and a Letter of Representation from Attorney (only required if the bond amount is over $25,000.
At Freestate Bonds, we have built our business on helping clients with their court bond needs. We explain the process completely including different bond types, length of time a bond is required and how to get the best rate. We match you with the best surety provider to get a bond in your hands quickly and for the best price.