A Fiduciary Surety Bond, also called a Probate Surety Bond is required for anyone legally entrusted or appointed for the care of a ward - adult or minor that includes the oversight of their financial affairs.
A local probate court or the Veterans Affairs Administration may require a person appointed as fiduciary to secure a surety bond to peform the duties the that have been assigned to them.
Examples include administrators, trustees, fiduciaries, guardians and executors.
They are required in a number of circumstances, including the administration of an estate and the management of the affairs of a trust or a ward.
There are several types of Fiduciary Surety Bonds:
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The premium you pay for a Fiduciary or Probate Surety Bond is dependent on credit and the amount of the estate.
For more information, read our Blog on Fiduciary Bonds.
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