Nominal Bonds

Nominal bonds are required by the probate court to be given by the Personal Representative of the estate of one who died without leaving a will. The bond is used to protect the deceased and beneficiaries from fraud or embezzlement of the estate or assets. The bond guarantees that the personal representative(s) will pay from the estate all debts due by the deceased, the inheritance tax, court costs and register’s fees.


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