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What happens if I withdraw my support in a bail bond that I cosigned with a person?

Asked by Guy Ross 2 years ago bail bond


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Cosigning on a bail bond is making a declaration that you’re taking part in the fulfillment of that person’s financial obligation. This means that if the person you’re getting out of jail doesn’t pay what he’s supposed to pay, you’ll be the one to shoulder the expenses. But if that person, say a friend or a relative, gets out of jail by cosigning his bail bond, then you no longer have to worry about paying anything. There are instances though, wherein a person does get out of jail, appears in court, and fulfills his obligations but eventually starts slacking off or losing track of things. This could make you doubt about this person’s credibility and whether he or she will stick around. In that case, you can withdraw your support. Let the bail bond company know about your decision and that’s it for you, no more financial obligations whatsoever. As for that friend or relative, he/she will be escorted back to jail.

If you’re still deciding whether to cosign on a bail bond or not, it’s best if you consult with professionals from 8BallBailBonds who specialize in Las Vegas Bail Bonds to assess your qualifications, collateral, and credit history.

by Guy Ross 2 years ago

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