Yes, Use Your Tax Return for Bail Money

Before you go spending all the money you got from your tax return, think about some wiser possible uses for this money. Things like rent, utility bills, or even your bail bond payments. These are bills that you should never fall behind on and at this moment, your bail bond payments may even out-prioritize your rent. Your recent arrest is

Your Tax Return = a Bail Bond Contribution

If you are helping your loved one by paying for their bail bond, they are putting a lot of trust in you to not fall behind or miss a payment. In return, you’re also putting a lot of trust in them to make it to their court appointments and stay out of trouble. Paying for a bail bond is a

How You Might be able to Lower Bail for Your Loved One

Did you know that you can help lower your loved one’s bail amount from say, $90,000 to $9,000? That is a 90% decrease and the way this can happen is if you consult with Costa Mesa Bail Bond Store. Our bail bonds are much more affordable and flexible than cash bail. They cost 10% of the defendant’s full bail amount

Instead of Drinking and Driving…

We hate to boast, but California is quite a lively state and is filled with plenty of day and night activities. The cities, towns, clubs, bars, and beaches all share one rule: drinking and driving is a no-no. Today, with the many transportation options out there, there really is no excuse. You can designate a sober person in the group

Fountain Valley Bail Bond Store is Committed to You

30 years ago, the founding family here at Fountain Valley Bail Bond Store sat down and laid out a set of values, goals, and a mission. Today, we continue to believe in these same fundamentals that have not only brought our business success, but have also brought our clients relief, freedom from stress and pain, and a reunited family. Fountain

Let’s Try To Clear Some Misconceptions About Jail

We all know jail is not a place you want to be, but what you know about jail may not be the truth. There are so many common misconceptions about jail. For one, jail is different than prison in that jail houses the recently arrested, those awaiting trial, and those serving short sentences. But, if you ever get the unfortunate