Judicial Bonds come in two forms: a Court Bond or a Fiduciary Bond. A Court Bond is any bond required by a litigant in a legal action that enables someone to pursue a remedy in court. A Fiduciary Bond protects parties with a financial interest in an asset, usually an estate or property. The fiduciary is usually an individual or an institution. The bond penalty is usually fixed by the court. We feature fast and efficient service for the procurement of judicial bonds and trustee bonds.