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Trustee Bond

What is a Trustee Bond?

A Trustee Bond is required to ensure that a court or document appointed trustee faithfully performs his or her duties according to the official guidelines. The bond protects beneficiaries by ensuring that the trustee performs the required duties in an ethical manner free from deception, dishonesty or fraud.

How Much Does a Trustee Bond Cost?

Trustee Bond prices vary based on the bond amount and the applicant. Most bonds are priced starting from 0.5-1% of the bond amount. Request a free, no-obligation quote and one of our bond specialists will look at your specific circumstances.

You will need to provide a schedule of all assets and liabilities related to the probate matter as well as court documents.

The court should already have provided you with a formal request for a bond and a specific bond amount.

If you'd prefer to speak with one of our bond specialists, please call us at 1-800-608-9950. We can help guide you through the bonding process and identify the lowest cost in the market for your situation.

Who Pays for a Probate Bond And How Much Do They Cost?

Who Pays for a Probate Bond And How Much Do They Cost?

Yes you do have to purchase the probate bond. But it's not what it seems. Learn why you have to buy one, where the money comes from, and how to save money!

What Is a Probate Bond?

What Is a Probate Bond?

Probate courts often require executors, administrators, trustees, and legal guardians to obtain surety bonds to ensure that appointed individual upholds her/his fiduciary responsibility.

What Is Probate Court?

What Is Probate Court?

Under which circumstances are probate bonds required? Are surety bonds always required?

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