CONSERVATOR/GUARDIAN OF AN INCAPACITATED ADULT BOND
American Surety Bonds Agency, LLC provides streamlined underwriting and fast results for Conservator Bonds.
What is a Conservator Bond?
A Conservator Bond is a type of court or probate bond that is designed to protect an incapacitated adult from the fraudulent acts of an appointed conservator. A conservator is a person or official appointed by a judge to handle the general well being and assets of a person who is incapable of doing so on their own due to age or mental capacity. A Conservator Bond guarantees that the accounting for the estate is done on a regular basis and protects the minor or ward from dishonest and illegal acts. Conservator Bonds are bonds are also referred to as Guardianship Bonds.
Bond amounts and obligations for Conservator Bonds are determined by a judge and are usually based on the worth of the estate.
What are the underwriting guidelines?
Appeal Bonds are underwritten on the following criteria:
- Specifics of the Case
- Bond Obligation
- Bond Amount
- Personal Credit History
- Personal Net Worth
- Personal Assets
- Attorney Involvement
How much does the bond cost?
American Surety Bonds Agency has a number of programs in place for Conservator Bonds. Our 5 tiered programs start at less than 1% of the bond amount with competitive rates for all applicants.
Contact us today to find out which program you qualify for.
How do I apply for a Conservator Bond?
To apply for a Conservator Bond, simply complete the bond application. Click here to download needed application, for a minor or for an adult and e-mail, fax or mail your application back to us to get started. Or, give us a call and we will be happy to get you started.
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Who can I contact for more information?
MM, Senior Underwriter
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