Bail Made Affordable at San Fernando Valley Bail Bond Store

San Fernando Valley Bail Bond Store

What would you do if you found out a friend or family member had been arrested and placed behind bars? Would you let your loved one sit in jail, or would you do something to help them get out? You might think you cannot afford to help bail your friend out of jail, but there are ways, if you choose the right bail bonds company.

San Fernando Valley Bail Bond Store has been helping Californians rescue their loved ones from jail for years. We have discovered a number of different ways to make bail bonds more affordable for all of our clients. The first way, is if our clients can get multiple loved ones who are willing to sign for their incarcerated loved one. The more co-signers, the lower the payments have to be.

Next, we can break up the large cost of the bail bond into smaller, more manageable monthly payments. We will work with you to make the bail bond more affordable by breaking it up. We know that most people do not have thousands of dollars just lying around. We work with you to figure out how much you can afford to pay each month, and go from there.

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Lastly, we can offer qualified discount 20% of the final price of the bail bond. This way instead of paying 10% of the bail, you only pay 8%. If you or a co-singer are a member of the military, a member of AARP, are a homeowner, or have a private attorney, then we can offer you the discount. This is another reason to have multiple co-signers, it helps you qualify for discounts.

When someone you care about has been arrested, you do not have to panic. Our expert bail agents at San Fernando Valley Bail Bond Store will be able to help you rescue your loved one from jail at a price you can afford. We have had nearly 30 years to figure out how to make bail bonds cheaper for all of our clients. Let us help you and you loved one.

Call 818-782-2201 or click CHAT WITH US now and rescue your loved one from jail today.