It isn’t always easy to be prepared for emergencies. We don’t like to think about bad things happening, but we know it’s good to be ready just in case. We know to call 911 and to pay attention to tornado warnings, but many of us have no idea what to do if a loved one is arrested.
Don’t try to handle this without a professional. You’re likely to feel scattered, worried, and flustered. It’s perfectly normal. Knowing is half the battle, and we’re here to help. The very first thing you need to do is give us a call.
As soon as we hear from you, we can begin to reduce your anxiety. We’ll explain how things work and contact the jail to let them know we will be bailing your loved one out of jail. Doing so hastily can help reduce the amount of time they spend in jail, and that’s your goal from the start.
We’ll work with you to get information on your loved one’s arrest, getting the paperwork together and making sure everything is in order. We’ll need for you to provide a co-signer. This is necessary in order to verify they can count on your loved one to appear at all of their court dates.
We know that is an emotional time and it’s hard to be practical when you’re worried about your loved one. That’s why it is so important to contact us quickly and let us act on your behalf. Once you understand what is taking place, you will feel so much better that you’re not alone in the process.
Call us any time, day or night, 365 days a year, and we’ll be there to help you get your loved one back to the safety of their own home.