Premium for va fiduciary recommendations by AmeriPro? The Virginia contractor license bond is a $50,000 surety bond required of contractors as a condition of licensing. There is no credit check for this bond; you are therefore, automatically approved. If the bond is purchased for 1 year, the premium is $1500; if purchased for 2 years, the premium is $2700, a $300 savings. When you call our agency, we’ll take the application from you over the phone. The application just consists of the name, exactly as it should appear on your bond, along with your address and phone number.
Our focus is exclusively surety bonds. We have two areas of concentration: YOU, our customer; and providing you with the surety bond that you need. Whether the bond is an “instant issue”; is for a contractor; a court bond; or one for a client with lower credit scores, AmeriPro Surety Bonds dedicates itself to providing our customers with a seamless, professional, and quick surety bond experience.
You are automatically approved for the $25,000 registration services bond. After completion of an application — which we’ll take from you over the phone — and payment of the premium, the bond is issued to you immediately. There is no credit check nor underwriter review for this bond. Once issued, a copy of the bond can be sent to you by email; however, it is the original bond — which you will sign as Principal — which you should file with the Department of Motor Vehicles. The original bond will be sent to you by the following business day.
The premium associated with a Veterans Administration surety bond is not a onetime payment, but rather renews on the anniversary of its issuance, for as long as the surety bond is required. Options exist to prepay your surety bond up to 3 years, which saves you over annual renewals. However, bear in mind that should you no longer require a surety bond within that period, no refunds will be offered. Once your bond is approved and payment is received, our office will issue your bond immediately. We’ll send you your surety bond along with a Power of Attorney form. Upon receipt, you’ll sign it as Principal, filing it with the appropriate VA Office. Find extra information at veteran fiduciary.
Regardless of the amount required, once the bond has been approved and the premium paid, the bond is issued by our agency to you immediately. A copy of the surety bond can be sent to you by email; however, it is the original surety bond — which you will sign as Principal — that you will want to file with the California probate court. The premium for a California probate bond is not a onetime payment. The premium renews annually on the anniversary of the probate surety bond’s issuance for as long as the underlying probate matter is active; or until the court formally “exonerates” the surety bond, in which case all obligations will cease.
In Florida, you will be required to submit the obligation to the surety agency from where you purchased your surety bond (namely, us) and we will submit the application and the surety bond to the Florida Secretary of State. The $7,500 Florida notary bond is a surety bond required by the Notary Commission as a prerequisite for licensing. The Commission is also the obligee for this bond. The notary bond protects others from acts of fraud and criminal malfeasance in their performance of notarial acts. Of note, the notary bond protects others, only, from wrongful acts committed by a notary. Find more info on https://ameriprosuretybonds.com/.