Large Bail Bonds in Navajo County
Fast-Track approval with Navajo County Bail Bonds. We are experts at putting large bonds together.
Navajo County Bail Bonds over $10,000
Working with Navajo County bail bonds greater than $10,000 is really an art. $10,000 bonds usually represent the upper limits of affordability with many people. Generally, people don’t have the credit card limit available or the cash in their bank to post large bonds quickly; using collateral becomes a necessity. People panic when they feel they must do something but don’t have the financial ability to do it. Navajo County Bail Bonds agents are trained to deal with this stressful situation. We can help guide you by providing direction and offering a series of available alternatives. We can take your panic away.
Occasionally, the posting of a large bond may be out of your family’s financial ability. When this happens, Navajo County Bail Bonds recommends hiring a qualified criminal defense attorney to get your bond reduced. We can analyze your financial resources and provide input and direction to your attorney as to what your target bond amount should be.
Give us a call and we will put you on the fast-track for approval
Clients using cash or credit for entire bond
Large bail bonds in Navajo County that are secured and paid by cash or credit card will guarantee an inmate’s fastest release from the Navajo County Jail. When the case is over and the bond has been exonerated, your funds will be returned via check or deposit to your bank account.
Clients using collateral for entire bond
If you must use collateral to secure the bond, fear not; we can quickly appraise most assets and generally give you an answer of whether we can post your bond within minutes to hours. There are a few things you can gather for us to make our job faster and easier:
If using vehicles with titles
- Have title in your possession
- Know the year, make, model, and mileage
- Vehicle must be running, registered and insured in Arizona
- Be prepared to take pictures; you may email or text them to us
If using real estate
- Provide full names of all owners of property
- Provide physical address of property
- Provide assessor’s parcel number
- Obtain document showing latest mortgage balance
- Provide full legal description
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