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February 6, 2023  |  Posted by jesse  |  Bail Bonds

We all value holidays, which is why we decide to celebrate them with our loved ones. It is not surprising that people have a variety of plans today with their special someone, as Valentine’s Day is a prime example of one of these occasions. However, what happens if your loved one is arrested in the run-up to the day of love, or even on the day itself? 

Fear not, as you can still get a bail bond sorted, even on Valentine’s Day.

Balboa will be open on Valentine’s Day, as it is every day of the year. For the quickest and most reasonably priced service when you need 24-hour bail bonds in California, call Balboa Bail Bonds at 619-760-2222. While you are waiting, check out these steps for posting bail for a loved one in time for Valentine’s Day.

Step one

Making a decision about the bail payment method is the first step in releasing a defendant. There are two main options available to you: paying the bond sum in full upfront to the jail or getting a bail bond for a non-refundable cost that is only a portion of the entire bond price. Most people need a bail bond since they typically do not have thousands of dollars in cash to simply hand over to the court.

Step two

Making contact with a reputable bail bond firm, such as Balboa Bonds, in your area is the next stage in the procedure. There are many bail bondsmen that advertise that they offer high-quality services, but you should be extremely careful who you choose. It is important to work with a bail bondsman who has plenty of expertise and has been in the industry for a while. Because of their positive and long-standing relationships with the local jails and courts, they are likely to be able to provide faster and more secure bail bond services.

Step three 

Simply leave the rest of the process in the hands of the bail bond firm you have chosen. After that, they will manage everything. Bring all the information required to obtain a bail bond for your loved one to their office, sign the bail bond contract, and then pay the bond company fees.

Before agreeing to help get a friend or loved one out of jail for Valentine’s Day, make sure you read and understand the terms of any bail bond agreement and understand your responsibilities. But don’t worry, we are here to help every step of the way.

Do you need to post bail for a loved one for Valentine’s Day?

For safe and secure California bail bonds you can rely on, contact Balboa Bail Bonds today. We guarantee the lowest prices, offer quick and easy payment plans, and most of the time we don’t even need collateral. We also offer financing with no interest. We are military veteran-owned, have more than 20 years of experience, and are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with bilingual agents always available.