Bail Bonds: The 4 Common Types

Once arraigned in court, a bail amount will be set. The amount will depend on your criminal history, current criminal charges, and whether you are a flight risk. Here are four common types of bail bonds. Personal Recognizance (PR) Bond  This type of bond means the judge lets the defendant out on their accord. Therefore, the bail money isn't necessary. PR Bonds are common for first-time defendants accused of committing non-violent crimes. [Read More]

Working With A Bail Bonds Service To Get Out Of Jail

Calling a bail bonds service if you are arrested for something is not a get-out-of-jail-free card. A bail bonds service does not have to post your bond, so they will want to talk with you about what is going on so they can try and get a feel for you and determine if they are willing to risk posting your bond. Start with a Phone Call If you can make calls from the jail, you can start by calling the local bail bonds services and talking to them about your situation. [Read More]

4 Ways To Make This Year Work For Your Financial Goals

It's easy to find yourself in a situation where you aren't sure where to turn financially. You may find that financially, you are in a position where you aren't able to meet the goals you set out at the beginning of the year. There are still a lot of ways to ensure that you meet your milestones. Do you want to build more stability in the coming months? These steps will help you meet those financial goals even if you are falling behind. [Read More]

Choosing A Mortgage For Your Home Purchase

A mortgage is an important financial tool that can make it possible for you to purchase your dream home. While many people will need to use mortgages for this purchase, those going through the application process for this credit can find that they are prone to several mistakes that could greatly impact their ability to be approved or change the price they will pay for their mortgage.   Starting The Mortgage Application Process With Little Preparation [Read More]