Alabama Administrator Estate | Administrator Estate Surety Bond

Type of Bond

An administrator estate bond, commonly known as an estate bond or fiduciary bond, is a type of surety bond that is often required when an individual is appointed as an administrator of an estate. The purpose of this bond is to provide financial protection for the heirs, creditors, and other interested parties in case the administrator fails to fulfill their duties or acts dishonestly. Key points about an administrator estate bond: Requirement: Courts or legal authorities may mandate the administrator to obtain this bond as a condition for being appointed to manage the assets and affairs of a deceased person's estate. Financial Protection: The bond serves as a form of insurance, ensuring that the beneficiaries of the estate are protected from any financial losses resulting from the administrator's misconduct or negligence. Coverage: If the administrator breaches their fiduciary duties, such as mismanaging assets or misappropriating funds, the bond provides a source of compensation for those who suffer financial harm due to the administrator's actions. Cost: The administrator typically pays a premium to obtain the bond. The cost is influenced by factors such as the bond amount required, the administrator's financial history, and the jurisdiction's regulations. Legal Compliance: Obtaining an administrator estate bond helps ensure that the administrator complies with legal requirements and acts in the best interests of the estate and its beneficiaries.


The price you'll pay for your Administrator Estate Bond is generally based on your personal credit score. Start a free online quote by just completing a simple app or by calling 888-518-8011. Our experts will walk you through a very simple process. Compare our quote as the very lowest price, and then you're good to go! It's that simple!

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Obligee Information

An obligee is the entity that is requiring you to have the Administrator Estate bond.

Obligee: Alabama Department Of Revenue
Street: Po Box 327640
State: Alabama
Zip: 36132