Conservator - Guardianship Bonds

Probate Surety Bonds are required of appointed fiduciaries responsible for the management of the estate of a minor child or an individual that has been legally declared as an incompetent by a court of law.  In order to qualify for a Conservator/Guardian/Trustee surety bond, the applicant should have good credit and display an ability to manage their own finances.  The involvement of an attorney is recommended for the duration of the management of the estate.

Can I get a Probate Bond with bad credit?

Applicants that have credit issues are encourgaged to apply for the bond and will be asked to provide an explanation of their current financial/credit position.  Our bad credit surety bond programs can assist in most cases, getting the bond you need for a reasonable rate.

Types of Conservator / Guardianship / Trustee surety bonds available through A1SuretyBonds: 

Conservator Surety Bonds 

Required of the individual appointed by the court to administer the estate of an individual who has been declared incompetent.  Also known as a Committee  Bond, Curator Bond, Custodian Bond or Trustee Bond.  This bond protects the incapacitated persons assets from being misapplied or misused by the fiduciary.

Guardian or General Guardian Surety Bonds

Required of the individual as appointed by the court to administer the estate of a minor.

Guardian Ad Litem Surety Bonds 

Required by the court of a Temporary Guardian to preserve the assets of the ward during process to appoint a General Guardian.  Also known as a Special Guardian

Guardian on the Sale of Real Estate Surety Bonds 

Required by the court of a guardian authorizing the sale of real estate belonging to the estate of the ward.  Can also be referred to as Guardian Ad Litem, Special Guardianship Surety Bond, or Temporary Guardianship Surety Bond.  This is usually in addition to the Guardian bond.

Committee Surety Bonds

Required of the committee appointed by the court to administer the estate of an individual who has been declared incompetent.  Also known as a Conservator Bond, Curator Bond, Custodian Bond or Trustee Bond.  This bond protects the incapacitated persons assets from being misapplied or misused by the fiduciary.

Custodian or Trustee of a Veteran Surety Bonds 

Required by the Department of Veterans Affairs after a veteran is deemed incapacitated to disburse benefits due to an incompetent vetran or his minor children.  This bond protects the veteran’s assets from being misapplied or misused by the fiduciary.

Trustee Surety Bonds

Required in Trust Estates,

  • A Trustee Under a Will generally known as a Testementary Trustee Bond
  • A Trustee Under a deed

Trustee for the Sale of Real Estate Surety Bonds

Required by the court of a Trustee in order to authorize the sale of real estate belonging to the estate being liquidated.

Get your Conservator/Guardian Surety Bond today!

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