Alliance Bail Bonds

Bail Bonds in Volusia County, Florida

Helping People Is Our Business

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Do you have a loved one in jail? We can help.

Our office provides bail bonds in Volusia County, Florida. We take great pride in offering excellent service in a time of need. We are completely confidential and professional with the clients we serve. We believe “Helping People Is Our Business.” When your loved one or friend has been incarcerated we are here to help.

We are open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

We will explain the bail bonding process to you and answer any questions you might have along the way. Then once you are confident in what we can do for you, we will then start the process. After one of our agents posts the bond it will then take about 1 to 3 hours for your loved one or friend to be released.

We are able to service any city in Volusia County, Florida, as well as any other county or city in Florida. Please see our Volusia County service areas below.

How it works: the 5 steps in the bail bonding process.

  1. Once your friend or loved one is arrested they will be processed at the detention facility where they are being held. They will either call you or our offices. If they contact us we will get your name and phone number from them and contact you on their behalf. If they contact you then you will contact our office at (386) 257-5116. We will need their first and last name, date of birth, where they are being detained, and their middle initial if they have one.
  2. Then you will come to our office, and fill out all the required paperwork to complete the bond. We require no more paperwork then the state demands. We are client friendly and can post bonds throughout America. We are located at:3668 W International Speedway Blvd
    Daytona Beach, FL 32124
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  3. Once all the paperwork is complete your agent will post the bond at the detention center where your friend or loved one is being held. You will not be required to show any paper work to the detention center.
  4. When your loved one is released you then bring them back to our office to complete their paperwork and you are on your way.
  5. You are required to attend all court dates, and please call if there are any questions about your court dates.

Here is a short video to explain how bail bonding works.

Our Volusia County, Florida Service Areas Service Locations

About Alliance Bail Bonds

We have been owned and operated by the Buccolo family since 2014. We have a staff that is dedicated and knowledgeable. It is our passion to work tirelessly to help our customers.
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