Court Bonds – Fiduciary (Probate) Bonds are interchangeable terms. These bonds are types of court bonds that are required when one person is appointed to act on behalf of another. Usually, this is for cases in which a person will be managing the affairs or finances of another person.
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This page outlines the most common types of probate bonds that are frequently requested for by a court.
The court order or proposed court order, which specifies the bond amount.
A copy of the will or trust, if you’ll be appointed to administer another person’s estate.
Financial statements (for bonds over $100,000).
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