Probate is defined as ‘the process of proving a will’. In Alaska, an individual who has been appointed to oversee an estate in probate is defined as a Personal Representative or executor.
While probate typically refers to the estate of a decedent, other titles and classifications which fall under the same general umbrella include:
The amount of the probate bond required of you (or for legal counsel, your client) will be determined by the Alaska probate court.
Our agency is able to provide an Alaska probate bond in any amount required. Up to and inclusive of a $100,000 surety bond amount, we also offer this bond without a credit check. This benefits you by offering streamlined and faster processing.
Regardless of the surety bond amount required, we’ll need the following from you:
After the approval of your surety bond and the payment of the premium, our agency issues your bond to you immediately, along with a Power of Attorney (POA) form.
Upon receipt in the mail, you’ll sign your bond as Principal and file it with the respective Clerk of the Court.
The premium associated with the Alaska probate bond is not a onetime payment. Instead, it will renew annually on the anniversary of your bond’s issuance for as long as the court requires a surety bond of you as Personal Representative.
The same is likewise true for guardians of minor, incompetents, and Veterans Administrators.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds is a surety bonds only agency. We provide probate surety bonds nationwide.
Our agency is also an online aggregator of license and permit, probate, court, and other surety bonds in Alaska and all 50 states.
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