Posted by BFBOND
on October 28, 2016
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In a Civil Case when an appeal bond is required by the judge, the principle has the option of getting a surety bond or depositing cash in the amount of the bond with the court. Does it make sense to obtain a surety bond or does it make sense to deposit money with the court? And if you do deposit with the court, how long before you get your money back?
Benefits of Posting a bond:
- The benefit of posting an appeal bond is that the bonding company has options to take collateral in form of cash or brokerage account or Letter of Credit, in some incidents if your credit is strong enough, no collateral is required, these options gives you the ability to leverage your money. Of course if your credit is poor, then the collateral options are limited
- If successful in winning the appeal, the funds are returned to you very quick.
Cons of depositing money with the court:
- The courts only accept cash.
- Takes months before the paperwork is processed.
- Access to capital is lost
A client mentioned that he could not meet his financial obligations due to the fact that he had a $400,000 deposit held with the court and they are taking over 6o days to release his funds..
At BF Bond our customer service professionals can address our client’s diverse need which often requires finding creative solutions to these problems. Retrieving deposits from the courts can be a long and arduous process. When faced with a decision like this that may cost you time and money, contact us and we can help make a difficult process much easier.
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Call Jose at 800-921-1008 if you have any questions or to discuss an individual case.
Posted by BFBOND
on December 14, 2015
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In today ‘s complex society, more and more people are engaging in litigation, which creates an increased need for the various bonds required in many cases.
BFBOND.com assures prompt service, not only in providing these judicial bonds locally, but also for those which a lawyer or one of his clients may be required to file in some other part of the country. We make our bonds and services available in all parts of the nation either directly working with the clients or through thousands of independent insurance agents and brokers. And, to assure these representatives and their clients effective action when coverages are needed or losses sustained, Bernard Fleischer & Sons, Inc maintains an expertly-staffed sales, underwriting and claim office.
Since 1949, Bernard Fleischer & Sons, BFBOND.com has been one of America’s pioneer bonding companies. We work with company ‘s approved as surety on bonds required by the Federal government. Bernard Fleischer & Sons, BFBOND.com consistently occupies a front-rank position in the surety field.
Our commitment to sound under writing principles enables us to provide a stable source of expert bonding service. At Bernard Fleischer & Sons, Inc, we believe that the proper handling of many forms of surety bonds requires technical knowledge that can be acquired only by a concentrated study of the subject combined with years of practical experience in the application of such knowledge.
Attorneys have come to depend on Bernard Fleischer & Sons, Inc experience and unparalleled service in meeting the special bonding requirements of the legal profession, such as:
• Administrator’s/Executor’ sf Personal Representative’s Bonds
• Guardian/ Conservators/ Committee Bonds
• Testamentary Trustees Bonds
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• Trustee in Liquidation Bonds
• Trustee in Reorganization Bonds
• Attachment/Garnishment Bonds
• Replevin Bonds
• Injunction Bonds
• Indemnity to Sheriff
• Counter-Replevin Bonds
• Appeal, Supersedeas, Stay of Execution Bonds
• Release Attachment/Discharge Garnishment Bonds
• Dissolve Injunction Bonds
William Fleischer, CIC
Jose Ward 800-921-1008 JW@bfbopnd.com