Court & Fiduciary Bonds

Time is of the essence when a court orders you to file a court or fiduciary bond. Colonial eliminates the insurance agent middleman, and gives you direct and digital access to obtain the necessary bond. It’s simple! Colonial allows you to instantly obtain a court bond, and print the bond from your home or office. To get started, simply fill out your court case information and complete the digital application. Colonial is the direct, digital and easy way to obtain a court bond.


 

Appeal and Supersedeas Bonds

An appeal bond otherwise known as a supersedeas bond, is the bond a losing party is required by the court to file in order to secure its right to appeal and stay a judgment.  While both state and federal courts require supersedeas or appeal bonds, the amount of those bonds may vary by jurisdiction. Get a quote

 

 

Conservator Bond

A conservator is appointed to assist with the financial needs of a minor, disabled, or elderly person. A conservator may be required to obtain a conservator bond to protect the interests and affairs of the conservatee in accordance with the applicable state law. The requirements of the bond may vary from state to state. Get a quote

 

Estate Bond

An estate bond is also referred to as a probate bond, fiduciary bond, administrator bond, personal representative bond or executor bond.  This bond is required by a court and protects the interests of the estate and its beneficiaries in accordance with state law. The requirements of this bond may vary by state, and by county where the descendant lived at the time of death. Get a quote

 

Guardianship Bond

A guardian is appointed to assist with financial needs of a minor, disabled, or elderly person.  A guardian may be required to obtain a guardianship bond to protect the interest and affairs of the ward in accordance with the applicable state law. The requirements of the bond may vary from state to state. Get a quote

 

 

Trustee Bond

A trust is a document created by a settlor that provides how property and assets within a trust are managed and distributed to trust beneficiaries. A trustee may be required by the trust document or a court to obtain a trustee bond to protect the interests of the trust beneficiaries. The amount of the trustee bond is usually determined by the trust document. Get a quote

 

Referee Bond

A referee is a person appointed by a court to sell real estate or other assets at issue in a litigation. A referee may be required to obtain a referee bond to secure the referee’s obligations as required by the applicable state law. The amount of the referee bond may be set by the court, and is generally based on the value of the assets in dispute. Get a quote

 

Receiver Bond

A receiver is a person appointed by the court to receive assets, property, and control of a company pending final decision of a lawsuit. A receiver may be required to obtain a receiver bond to secure the receiver’s obligations as required by the applicable state law. The amount of the bond is generally set by the court. Get a quote