Obtaining a Federal Fiduciary Bond

Many Federal Fiduciaries are required to have a corporate surety bond to protect the veteran’s funds.  That’s what we are here for. At VA Bonds we cater exclusively to those who dedicate their service to helping our veterans who are unable to manage their financial affairs due to injury, disease, or age.  We want to make this process as painless as possible so that you can get to work helping those who need help.

The Veteran Administration’s Fiduciary Program was established to protect Veterans and other beneficiaries who are unable to manage their financial affairs.  The VA appoints a fiduciary. A fiduciary is normally chosen by the VA and must undergo an investigation of their suitability to serve. This investigation includes a criminal background check, a review of their credit report, a personal interview, and character references. Only after a complete investigation is a fiduciary appointed to manage the veterans benefits.

The fiduciary is responsible to the veteran and the VA to oversee financial management of VA benefit payments. Generally, family members or friends serve as fiduciaries for veterans; however, when friends and family are not able to serve, the VA looks for qualified individuals to serve as a fiduciary.

After the fiduciary is appointed, he or she must obtain a bond to protect the veteran’s benefits against fraud or neglect. That’s where we come in. We guarantee the fastest issuance of your fiduciary bond to satisfy the requirements of the Veterans Administration.  Let us take care of your bond so that you can take care of your loved ones or those you wish to serve.