Court and Probate Bonds are commonly used as a financial guaranty to the court in a variety of proceedings.
Court bonds guarantee that parties are protected from financial loss stemming from a court proceeding. Two other types of court bonds include guardianship bonds and appeal bonds. Appeal bonds typically require 100% collateral and are required by the court prior to any appeal. A guardianship bond, also called a custodian bond, guarantees that the legal guardian of a minor or handicapped.
A probate bond is used to protect the deceased and beneficiaries from fraud or embezzlement of the estate or assets. These bonds are often referred to as estate or executor bonds.
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