1 (844) 589-9732

The North Carolina probate bond is required in an amount determined by law and the discretion of the presiding court. Please call our surety agency today at 844-589-9732.

North Carolina Probate Bond |

AmeriPro Surety Bonds | 844-589-9732

 

Update July 2019:  AmeriPro Surety Bonds now offers a North Carolina probate, guardian, trustee, or administrator surety bond for a flat fee — with no credit inquiry — for any amount up to $100,000. This means that the probate surety bond is issued to you immediately upon completion of an application and payment of the premium!  Amounts above $100,000, will undergo standard underwriting; however, you will still qualify for great premium rates.

 

Probate – North Carolina

 

 

 

Probate is commonly referred to as the process as “proving a will”. In some cases, the court or heirs may demand or request that an administrator obtain a probate surety bond.

AmeriPro Surety Bonds will help you to obtain a North Carolina probate surety bond to satisfy the court’s requirements.

 

 

 

North Carolina Probate Bond: Its Purpose

 

 

 

If you are the appointed executor of a North Carolina decedent’s estate and are required to furnish evidence of a current surety bond, the purpose should be clear.

The bond serves as a financial guarantee that you will act in only in the best fiduciary capacity for the estate and the benefit of any heirs or additional heirs.

The bond is a guarantee that upon the final settlement and resolution of the probate proceedings, the heirs will receive the amount of the estate that they are entitled to receive.

 

 

 

North Carolina Probate Bond: Amount Required

 

 

 

§ 28A-8-2 of Article 8 of the North Carolina statutes gives the formula used to determine the amount of the surety bond required; however, the amount that you will be (or have been required to obtain) will be determined by means of a court order.

As part of the underwriting process for your surety bond, we will need copies of all relevant court documents (particularly those relating to the surety bond).

 

 

 

Qualifying for this Bond

 

 

 

The process of qualifying for the North Carolina probate bond requires a detailed application, evidence of financial standing, and a credit check.

You may be asked to provide information regarding the following:

  • Income and the source or sources of the same;
  • Net worth ( broadly defined as your assets minus your liabilities);
  • Whether or not you have any unsatisfied judgments or tax liens or are party to any litigation;
  • Whether you are involved in a current bankruptcy (this would likely prevent you from qualifying for the bond);
  • Value of investments, the types of investments and where such investments are held;
  • Real property owned and the location of the same;
  • Whether you are a homeowner;
  • Business interests,
  • Other information as may be deemed applicable.

 

 

Premium: Annual Renewal and Non-Refundable

 

 

 

In addition to the above, there is the price of the North Carolina probate bond.

There are several things to note about the NC probate bond:

  • The premium required is determined based on the size of the surety bond;
  • The premium is nonrefundable;
  • The premium renews annually for as long as the bond is active and required by the court or heirs; it is not a onetime payment.

The bond’s premium will be determined largely by your credit score.

 

 

 

About Us

 

 

 

AmeriPro Surety Bonds is a surety bonds-only agency which provides probate bonds in North Carolina and nationwide.

Please call our agency today at:

 

 

 

844-589-9732

 

 

 

Or you may fill out the form below and an agent will contact you…

 

 

Request a Callback

  • MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Please note: We do not share or rent your address to anyone, except for underwriting purposes associated with your surety bond.
  • This helps us to find exactly the surety bond that you require. By the way, it's perfectly OK to not know the type of surety bond you need; that's why we're here!
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.