At Tulare Bail Bond Store, our bail agents will always answer the phones and begin helping you rescue your loved one from jail right away. All our agents need to get started is your loved one’s name, birthday, and the county where he or she was arrested. We use that information to find your loved one in the county database and to begin filling out paperwork.
Once all of the paperwork has been finished, we can begin working with you to create a personalized payment plan. This will help you by breaking up the large cost of the bail bonds into smaller, more manageable monthly payments. This way, you can actually afford to bail your friend or family member out of jail.
Finding out a friend or family member has been arrested can be shocking, just like it can be shocking how quickly Tulare Bail Bond Store can get your loved one out of jail. With our professional help, and depending on the county your loved one was arrested in, we can have your friend or family member out of jail in as little as 2 hours.
Get your loved one out of jail today by calling 559-784-8660 or clicking Chat With Us now.
Tulare Bail Bond Store Will Show You That Bail Bonds Are Nothing to Be Afraid Of
A lot of people out there let bail bonds intimidate them and prevent them from rescuing their friend or family member from jail. Do not be one of those people, bailing a loved one out of jail is easier than most people realize, especially if you go to Tulare Bail Bond Store. We have been helping Californians bail out their loved ones for the past 29 years, let us help you.
All you have to do is give us your friend or family members name, his or her birthday, and the county where he or she got arrested. We use this information to find your loved one in the system and gather the rest of his or her info. After this, we begin working with you to figure out a payment plan.
We create customized payment plans for all of our clients at Tulare Bail Bond Store. We know how expensive and intimidating the price of a bail can be, so we break it up. We get rid of the one large payment, and break it up into smaller, more manageable pieces that fit into your monthly budget.