No sane person can bear the thought of someone that they care about being stuck behind bars. After all, no one wants to think about their loved one being miserable, and being in jail is a miserable experience. That is why, when most people learn about a loved one’s arrest, they try to bail him or her out of jail. Unfortunately, bail in California can be ridiculously expensive.
This is where Bail Bonds in Costa Mesa comes into play. For over 30 years, we have helped thousands of Californians bail their loved ones out of jail at affordable prices. To do this, we start by providing all of our clients with bail bonds that only cost 10% of the bail that they are for. Basically, if someone’s bail is set at $20,000, then their bail bond through us will only cost $2,000.
To further help our clients and reduce the upfront cost of the bail bond, we create customized payment plans for everyone. This way, the cost of the $2,000 bail bond is broken up and spread out over several months. Despite the payments being spread out, your loved one will be released shortly after you make your first payment. Once that initial payment is received, our bail agents set to work on communicating with the jail to secure your loved one’s release.
If things are still a bit too pricey for you, we do offer discounts to qualified clients. To qualify for 20% off the price of the bail bond, one of the co-signers for the bond needs to meet just one of the following requirements. So long as one of the co-signers is:
- A member of the military.
- A member of AARP.
- A union member.
- A homeowner.
- Or has a private attorney.
If one of those requirements is met, than the person qualifies for that additional discount.
Bailing someone out of jail is a costly endeavor here in California. This can keep a lot of people from bailing out the people that they care about. However, these people still worry about their loved ones in jail. Had they just come to Bail Bonds in Costa Mesa, they would have seen how easy and affordable it can be to bail someone out of jail.