Estate Bonds Florida A probate bond, fiduciary bond or executor bond is also called an estate bond. Mandated by the courts, Estate bonds are like an insurance policy so that the executor of an estate properly distributes assets for the deceased. This policy is a guarantee that the person fulfilling the wishes of the deceased
When lawyers need a quick probate bond for their clients they call us. At Simon Insurance we have been dealing with law firms to get their clients the probate bonds that they need quick. When someone passes, a probate bond is like an insurance policy to protect the heirs of the deceased’s estate. A probate
Obtaining a bond from Simon Insurance is easy. You can call us for more information and we also have a bond application that you can fill out so that when you do call you have all the information ready you need to apply for a bond. Click Here for the bond application. If you have
Contractor Bonding in Florida. Simon Insurance offers surety bonds for contractors who may need such a bond in order to protect the company. In some instances, municipalities may require by law that a contractor be licensed, bonded and insured.
If you are in need of any type of bond such as surety bond, court bonds, license bonds or permit bonds, you came to the right place. Simon Blauman has been in the bond business for years. He’s an expert when it comes to different types of surety bonds, fiduciary bonds and court bonds. All
Feel free to contact us if you need a probate bond in the West Palm Beach, Florida area. Below is some information about the legal process of probate bonding. The legal process whereby a deceased person’s property is inventoried, valued, and subsequently settled according to the decedent’s will is called Probate. The word originates in
Surety Bond Company History and more. Individual Surety Bonds are the original form of suretyship. The earliest known record of a contract of suretyship is a Mesopotamian tablet written around 2750 BC. There is evidence of Individual Surety Bonds in the Code of Hammurabi and in Babylon, Persia, Assyria, Rome, Carthage, the ancient Hebrews and
If there is a “last will and testament” that is certified, then it most likely the will may appoint an executor. The executor looks after the estate in accordance with the provisions of the will of the deceased.