04 Nov Financing Options for Bail Bonds
When a person is arrested, they are typically assigned a bail amount. This is the amount of money that needs to be paid to the court for that person to be released from jail during their trial process. The bail is set at an amount of money that the person would not be comfortable losing to encourage them to come back to all of their court dates. Unfortunately, that amount is usually far too high for most individuals.
Here at Colorado Bail Bonds, we charge 0% interest on our bail bonds, which means we do not charge interest. When we tell you how much the bail bonds cost, that is exactly how much it will cost. No interest or hidden fees will be tacked on to that price. This is just one of the many ways that we make bail bonds cheaper and easier for our clients. We break up the cost of the bail bond by spreading it out over the course of several months. This way, the upfront cost of the bail bond is reduced to something that is much more manageable.
If you need to bail someone out of jail, and do not want to blow your entire monthly budget in one day, talk to the professionals here at Colorado Bail Bonds. We will help you bail your loved one out of jail at an affordable price.