Guardianship Bonds guarantee faithful performance of a legally-appointed guardian in managing the finances and other important matters of the minor or disabled person whom they are looking after. Legal guardians can be named in a will and appointed by the court, and owe a duty of care to the person they are responsible for watching over. Guardians are typically required to post this type of surety bond unless the requirement is waived by the court.
More on a Legal Guardian’s Duty of Care: Specifically when the care of an incapacitated person is involved, legal guardians make decisions about how the person lives, including their residence, health care, food, and social activity. The guardian is supposed to consider the wishes of the incapacitated person, as well as their previously established value, when making these living decisions.
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Also known as Custodian Bond or Custodial Bond
Current Market for Guardianship Bonds: As is the case with most types of court bonds, underwriting methods have not changed much in recent years, and are not likely to do so in the foreseeable future.
About Our Programs: Our agency currently offers a variety of specialty programs that can help meet the bonding needs of just about any customer, regardless of credit history or risk level, particularly when an applicant already has an attorney.