July 26, 2018
Charlotte Surety Bond for Plaintiffs

A Charlotte surety bond can be used by a plaintiff in a court case on their own volition or by the request of the court. It is important that plaintiffs understand their Charlotte surety bond options so they don’t waste their time (or the courts) or their money. Surety bonds are very cost effective and […]

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November 9, 2015
Personal Representative Bond In North Carolina

Even the inevitability of death cannot prepare people for what happens when an individual dies. This is why the state of North Carolina requires a Personal Representative to be appointed to handle the final expenses and distribution of assets of a person who has died. A Personal Representative, often referred to as an Administrator or […]

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September 17, 2015
When To Use A Lis Pendens Bond in North Carolina

When Rebecca Carol and James Renfrey decided to file for divorce they both knew changes were going to happen. Renfrey moved out of the couple’s three-bedroom house near Raleigh, North Carolina and their staple double date was no longer on the calendar. Each started building a life without the other. No Place Like Home The […]

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January 2, 2012
Five Things Should Know About Surety Bond Companies

JURISCO only deals with civil court bonds leaving some bonds uncovered. When our clients need bonding service we cannot provide, we want to make sure they know what to look for in their supplemental bonding company. Here are five things should know about surety bond companies. What’s their reputation? Before trusting a company to handle […]

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December 26, 2011
Medical Malpractice Law Change Bond Requirements in North Carolina

Our headquarters is in Tallahassee, Florida but our bonding services are available in all 50 states. Every state has different bonding requirements and it’s important to stay abreast on important issues.This week we’d like to draw attention to North Carolina and the their efforts to decrease the number of medical malpractice claims and payments. The […]

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December 24, 2011
Bad Credit Affect Bonds

Bad Credit Affect Bonds is having a ripple effect on job employment, housing rates and yes, even surety bond costs. Fiduciary Bonds, similar to probate bond, executor bond and an estate bond, will be affected by bad credit. However, the JURISCO surety bond experts are here to assist applicants who have bad credit or any […]

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