It should really be a no brainer to use some, if not all, of your tax return money for your loved one’s bail bond payment. If you have officially and formally agreed to be responsible for his or her bail bond payments, you will need to follow up regularly to ensure that all payments are due on time, each time. If you miss a payment, both you and your loved one who is out on bail, will face the consequences. For you, that will mean financial consequences. For your loved one, they could be pulled back into custody.
Tax returns are always a financial relief because it’s extra money that is returned back to you. It’s getting extra cash to spend, instead of dipping into your other funds, which was the original plan. No matter how big or small your tax return is, any amount will help a bail bond payment.
Talk to you Dana Point Bail Bond Store agent. They have extensive experience in working with people in all kinds of financial situations, but helping them successfully pay for the bail bond.