When you are required to get a bail bond in order to get out of trouble, you are often just happy to be released from jail. Afterwards, the cold truth of paying back a bail bond will need to be faced. Even if a family member or loved one signed on the bond, it is important that you take the steps to pay it back. Here are three things that you will learn by paying back your own bail bond.
The cost of trouble
Trouble is easy to get into and difficult to get out of. When you are arrested you will have a mug shot and finger prints on file. You will also be locked in a holding cell in most jails until you are released. A mug shot and arrest record are likely to always be on file for those who research your background. After you are released, paying back your bail bond will constantly remind you of the trouble that you got into. This weekly or monthly reminder in the form of a payment will make sure that you avoid getting into any legal predicaments in the future.
You immediately change course
If you are the type of person who likes to do the right thing, paying off your bond will allow you to immediately begin to do the right thing. Paying on your own bond will allow you to put the hard work into getting back on the right path. In order to pay you will return to being productive and providing for yourself in some way. Changing course will remind you of what type of person you are working to be.
That no trouble lasts forever
At some point you will be done with court hearings, being on probation other punishment, and paying back your bonds. When the day comes that you have paid off your entire bond and are in no legal trouble, you will be able to go on about your life the way that you want. After finishing the bond payments, you can make a new plan of your budget an what you will do now that you are no longer legally bound to the court system. The new sense of freedom will make it possible for you to move on with your life. Knowing that no problems in life last forever will also help to make you more optimistic about the future.Share
10 August 2019
As I see it, one problem with most budgeting programs is that they don't account for the "real life" factor. Anyone can tell you not to spend anything and to save everything, but when it comes to feeding your kids or dealing with a medical emergency, most budgets get thrown out the window. I realized that this was a problem, so I decided to start focusing on budgeting for real life. I decided to forget everything that I knew about budgeting and started working with a clean slate. This blog is all about budgeting for real life and knowing how to spend your money the smart way.