DC Guardian of a Minor or Incompetent

The amount of the District of Columbia bond is set by the court and is based on the value of the estate. Apply online to receive your FREE QUOTE within minutes.

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BondAbility is an approved provider of Guardian of a Minor or Incompetent Surety Bonds in the District of Columbia. Guardian of Minor or Incompetent bonds are required by the county courts of persons appointed as a Guardian or Conseravtor to handle the assets of a minor or an incompacitated adult. Guardian of a Minor/Incompetent surety bonds guarantee that the funds will be handled in accordance with court orders. Because of the complexities involved, the surety usually requires that the applicant obtain the assistance of an attorney. Bond premiums must be paid annually until the estate is properly settled. In the case of Guardian of Minor bonds, premiums are usually collected in advance until the minor reaches 18.


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