Is your loved one or someone you know in jail? The bail agents at La Palma Bail Bonds can help you!
La Palma Bail Bonds has been in business in Los Angeles for over 27 years and is family owned. Let us offer our expertise in guiding you through the process of getting your loved one, friend or employee out of jail. Our staff will treat you with professionalism and discretion. We will keep you informed of all upcoming court dates as well as any changes to these court dates.
The professionals at La Palma Bail Bonds will do everything in our power to help make the entire bail experience as comfortable as possible. We have staff available to answer your questions and concerns and understand that bail bonding is not something that most people are familiar with. Our staff of bail agents has combined experience of over 50 years in the bail bond business. We can handle bonds in any court, locally and throughout the Los Angeles County.
If you think a warrant for your arrest was issued contact La Palma Bail Bonds at 714-973-2245. All that is required to obtain this information is a copy of your California Drivers License or California ID Card, date of birth and a telephone number to call you back. As soon as we receive the warrant information we will call you to schedule an appointment to turn yourself in to the authorities at your convenience.
This will save you several hours of time that you would normally spent in jail waiting to be processed into the system. If you are interested in this process call us 714-973-2245 and we will be happy to answer your questions.
Bail Bonds Q&A
What is a bail bond?
A Bail Bond guarantees the appearance of the defendant in court every time he or she is ordered to do so.
How much does a bail bond cost?
The fee for a Bail Bond in California is always 10% of the total bond amount. These fee’s are set by the State of California and are not negotiable.
Are payment plans available?
In some cases payment plans can be arranged. Please speak to a bail agent at La Palma Bail Bonds for more information.
What do I need to get a bond?
You will need a California Drivers License or California ID Card, as well as steady income. You will also need to enter into a contractual agreement and pay the 10% bail bond fee.
Is collateral needed?
Collateral is not always required. Please speak to a Bail Agent at La Palma Bail Bonds for more information, as all cases are unique.