April 14, 2014
Ne Exeat Bond in California Family Law Courts

“Simply put, money can be divided but children cannot”  This line, by Jeff Landers on Forbes.com, speaks to the extra layer of difficulty when a divorcing couple have children.  The article, however, speaks more to the extra (extra!) layer of difficulty when one member of the divorcing couple has an international passport.  (see full post […]

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April 7, 2014
California License bond and Car Wash Bond

As an attorney, have you ever had a client who was looking to start a new business ask you about a License Bond?  As a potential small business owner have you ever had to procure a license bond and not known what in the world that would entail? The bond experts at Jurisco will try […]

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April 7, 2014
California's Bill Payer Bond

Recently, the surety bond experts at Jurisco and their blog team read an article on AmericanBanker.com (an online financial publication) about the future of online payment processing, written by Deborah Peace (read it: here).  In it, Ms. Peace outlays the growing trend of online payment processing along with the future regulatory challenges and concerns. One […]

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May 27, 2013
Changes California Civil Code and Impact on Surety Bonds

California’s legislature is in session. And like every year there are a host of proposed changes to the legal code in California, both civil and probate. For instance, Senate Bill 156 (SB-156) would challenge an attorney’s ability to collect fees from the management of a conservatorship. From the bill text, “This bill would … limit […]

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April 29, 2013
Why do Surety Bonds Require Collateral?

In a previous post, we explored the topic of defendants bonds and appeal bonds in particular. In upcoming posts we will define in more detail other kinds of defendants bonds. For this post, however, the surety bond experts at Jurisco will be answering the question that many attorneys ask when they are required to procure […]

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April 16, 2013
Supersedeas Bond in Florida

Supersedeas bond in Florida, as those who have been reading the Jurisco surety bond blog regularly will know, is one of the most common type of surety bonds. We have discussed the supersedeas bond topic often, focusing on state requirements, bond cost, differing local mandates, and the general necessity of the court bond. This is […]

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April 13, 2013
Personal Representative Bond in California

A Personal Representative Bond in California is required to protect the interest of the deceased’s estate, its heirs and those parties who are owed money. The responsibility of a personal representative (commonly referred to as an administrator or executor in California) is taken seriously by the courts. Courts mandate the surety bond as a form […]

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April 12, 2013
Replevin Bond in Idaho

A Replevin Bond in Idaho is one of the most common types of surety bonds used by plaintiffs in court cases. Before moving forward in the bond process it’s important to know when replevin actions can be taken and why. Today, our surety bond blog discusses Replevin Bond in Idaho, their requirements, associated costs, and […]

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April 10, 2013
Appeal Bond in Mississippi

An Appeal Bond in Mississippi, like other types of surety bonds, is part of the pre-trial planning. Attorneys know that planning for an appeal bond doesn’t happen the day of the verdict, but weeks, if not months, beforehand. When presenting a case, the plaintiff and defendant can only do so much. The final judgment rests […]

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