A personal representative will need to provide the bond company with the representative’s personal information, the estate information such as the decedent’s name, the probate case number and court of jurisdiction, value of the assets, types of assets, estate bank account information and the name and contact information of the estate attorney. The process is similar to filling out insurance application, as bonds are similar to insurance. The bonding company does check the applicant’s credit, and will deny the application if the credit is low. If you need a Miami estate attorney to help you fill out the form, give us a call at (786) 522-1411. If the bond is denied, it is best to look for a Miami estate attorney to figure out the next step.
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