217 North Main St.
Salinas, CA 93902
Fax: (831) 796-0159
If you need a bail bondsman for yourself oraloved one, rely onDiazBros. BailBonds. Wearelocated in Salinas, CA,and wealso servicethe Santa Cruz, CA,and Hollister, CA,areas.
Before working with any bail bond company, there are certain forms you must fill out and sign. For your convenience, we have provided links to each of the se forms below, as well as information about what is included in each form and why each one is required.
Bail Bond Agreement
This form outlines the responsibilities of both the indemnitor and the bail bond agent. Read through this form carefully to ensure that you know what you can expect fromyour bail bond agent, as well as what is expected of you. In this form, we also ask for your personal and financial information so that we can better assist you.
Indemnitor Check List
Although the Bail Bond Agreement outlines your responsibilities as indemnitor, we require you to also sign this indemnitor check list to ensure that you will not end up being held liable for neglecting to complete your end of the agreement. The recent arrest can make remembering all your obligations difficult, so we provide this check list to make it easy for you.
The information required in each of these forms ensures that we can fully help you through this difficult time. If you have any questions while filling out your paperwork, feel free to give us a call at 1.888.904.BAIL.
Forms for Collateral
Although we do not often require collateral for our bail bonds, when we do, it involves real estate. The use of real estate collaterall requires additional forms to be filled out and signed.
California Deed of Trust Form
This form gives the Surety Company - a third-party insurance company, rather than the bail bond agents - permission to take possession of your property until the defendant appears in court. As our bail bond agents are licensed as notaries, they will also sign this form.
California Real Estate Disclosure Statement
The purpose of this form is to inform the signer that their real estate is being held as collateral.
If you have any questions or concerns about bail bonds in Hollister, CA; Salinas, CA; or Santa Cruz, CA, give us a call at the number listed above or use our online contact form.