Surety One  


A probate bond, also known as a bond of executor, administrator, trustee, personal representative, etc., guarantees that the individual appointed to manage a deceased's estate does so honestly and renders an appropriate accounting of those activities to the Court.

Probate bonds very rarely require collateral security other than a general indemnity agreement signed by the applicant. We ordinarily DO require that the applicant be assisted by competent counsel. The appropriate application forms are below.

Probate Bond Application
Financial Statement (for individuals)
Financial Statement (for commercial entities)

We also need ...

1.) The name, address, telephone number an email of your supervising attorney
2.) A schedule of the estate's assets

Submit to: Or (919) 834-7039