Category: Appeal Bonds

While cash is one of the most well-known forms of collateral that can be used to secure appeal bonds, it is also one of the least understood in terms...

Exploring how to get an appeal bond entails more than discussing the steps involved. You want to have your client understand what an appeal bond is, what it does,...

In order to stay enforcement of a civil judgment, state and federal laws generally require security to be posted with the court by the judgment debtor to protect the...

When I was recently preparing for a presentation, an appellate attorney asked me what the attorney’s role is in obtaining appeal bonds. Attorney involvement was something I had always...

You go through the steps of obtaining the appeal bond for your client’s appeal and the other party objects requiring something to be changed. How do you go about...

One of the most common questions people naturally have about appeal bonds is what they cost. Like so many questions, the answer is “It depends.” There are a variety...

The latest episode of Issues On Appeal Podcast, “Nothing Rhymes with Supersedeas,” Host Duane Daiker welcomes Dan Huckabay, President of Court Surety Bond Agency. Mr. Huckabay shares his industry...

In his latest podcast appearance, Mr. Huckabay joins the Appellate Practice Committee to explain the basic fundamentals of appeal bonds and the various forms of collateral used to secure...

Surety companies often require collateral when issuing appeal bonds due to the high-risk nature of the obligation and the low likelihood of reversing a judgment on appeal. While collateral...

The need to stay enforcement of a judgment or order in family law cases is certainly more rare than civil litigation, however, they do occur. Most often we see...

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