Veterans Affairs Corporate Surety Bond
Exclusively for: Custodians, Guardians, & Fiduciaries of Veterans or Minors unable to manage their funds.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Approved Bond Wording. If you manage more than $20,000 in VA funds you may be required to purchase this corporate surety insurance bond.
Easy Application Process: Receive your free no obligation quote, upon approval the bond will be emailed to you immediately upon issuance, and you will be billed for the annual premium. You are authorized to deduct the cost of our surety bond from the beneficiary’s VA funds and VA personnel may periodically check to make sure the surety bond is current.
A court-appointed fiduciary is a person or legal entity appointed by a state or foreign court to supervise a beneficiary unable to manage his or her financial affairs and/or that person's estate. The statutory title of a court-appointed fiduciary may vary from state to state. Guardian, conservator, committee, trustee, fiduciary or curator are the most common title of those appointed to manage a veterans or survivor funds who cannot personally handle the funds themselves. If you have a unique situation please contact email@example.com for assistance.