‘Tis the season to look back and reflect whether you’ve been naughty or nice this year. We all have good days and bad days but regardless of that ratio, there is still time to do more good and be nice this year. Very nice.
What we’re talking about is co-signing a bail bond for your loved one. Basically, your loved one who was just arrested and has yet to complete trial wants to be freed for the time being. He or she will need to secure a bail bond from us at Adams Bail Bonds, which will require a co-signer. The co-signer is responsible for making sure the loved one meets all of his or her court-ordered appointments and appearances.
The biggest risk of a co-signer is having to pay the outstanding bail balance if the loved one does not go to court. However, co-signers do have protections as well: they can withdraw their name from the bail bond at any time if they so wish, especially if they feel as if their loved one will not go to court.
Don’t worry, our team at Adams Bail Bonds will help answer any additional questions you might have regarding co-signing a bail bond. We’re available 24/7 during your loved one’s bail and trial period so don’t hesitate to call us.