In life, people have to face the unexpected all of the time. Everyone hopes that they won’t, but it always happens eventually. Sometimes, its things like a car breaking down. Other times it is a loved one getting arrested. When it comes to dealing with a broken down car, the answer is often simple and straight forward. This is due to the fact that people deal with broken down cars all of the time. However, people rarely have to deal with a loved one’s arrest.
Dealing with bail is a pretty new experience for most people, and so they can be a bit lost on how to proceed. That is where Visalia Bail Bond Store in Tulare comes in to help. We have dealt with bail since 1987. We know everything there is to know about the process and will be more than happy to share that information with you.
All you have to do is talk to one of our bail agents. If you give them a little bit of information about your loved ones, primarily his name, birthday, and county of arrest, they will be able to locate him in the county jail system. From there, they can get the information they need about your loved one’s arrest to answer your questions.
In order to help you further, our bail agents will provide you with a personalized payment plan. This payment plan will take the 10% of the bail amount for the bail bond and split it up over several months. The payments will be designed with your monthly budget in mind to ensure that you can afford to post your loved one’s bail.
- 24/7 Bail bond service
- 20% Discount
- Phone approvals
- 0% Interest payment plans
- No hidden fees
- No collateral with working signer
- Se habla Espanol
Bailing someone out of jail may be an unexpected event, but that doesn’t have to stop you. With the right help, you can get your loved one out of jail quickly, easily, and affordably. All you have to do is contact Bail Bonds in Tulare. We have helped Californians face bail for over 30 years, we can do the same for you.
Are you ready to get started? Just call (559) 429-5625 or click Chat With Us now for a free consultation.
- On March 22, 2019