Do not let a friend or family member’s arrest wreck his or her life. You can bail a loved one out of jail at an affordable price with Hawaii Bail Bonds. We understand that paying for a loved one’s bail bond can be difficult for most people since no one ever expects to get arrested. That is why we assist all of our clients in bailing out their loved ones at an affordable price.
We offer everyone a free consultation to talk with a professional bail agent and to get questions answered. To answer some of the questions, we will need to look up your loved one in the county jail database, which means we will need your loved one’s name, birthday, and the county of his or her arrest.
Once you have decided to bail out your loved one, our bail agents here at Hawaii Bail Bonds will begin walking you through the bail bonds process. Our bail agents will do all of the hard work for you, all you need to do is give us a little bit of information about your friend or family member.
At Hawaii Bail Bonds, we do our very best to make paying for your loved one’s bail bond simple and affordable. We work with all of our clients to create personalized payment plans that they can afford. For qualified clients, we can offer a 20% discount. We charge 0% interest on all of our bail bonds and, in most cases, we only need a signature from a working co-signer as collateral.
We can split up the large cost of the bail bond into smaller, more manageable monthly payments that fit into your budget. This is something we do for all of our clients. To qualify for the 20% discount, you, or a co-signer, need to be a member of the military, a member of AARP, a homeowner or have a private attorney. If you meet one of those requirements, you will only need to pay 8% of the bail, not the usual 10%.
This is how we make bail bonds more affordable for our clients at Hawaii Bail Bonds. If you need to bail a loved one out of jail, but you do not know if you can afford to, talk to one of our bail agents. We will work with you to make sure that you can bail your loved one out of jail.