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Illinois Bond and Petition Forms

Illinois Bond and Petition Forms

Acquiring the correct surety bond and petition forms can be a daunting task for lawyers and their assistants. For example, the Cook County Court website was down for four weeks recently, making online downloads impossible. Additionally, forms are updated periodically and unless your firm routinely accesses the court website for your jurisdiction in Illinois, you may not use the most up-to-date form.

Madden & Bergstrom makes this process much easier. We maintain current surety bond and petition forms needed for every county in Illinois. You can access most forms through our easy Get A Bond process. If you do not see the forms you need, please contact us.

You can also sign up for our secure Client Portal, where we have all forms available on your account page. The Client Portal also allows you to upload your forms, receive copies of executed bonds, view and pay invoices, as well as keep track of any past surety bond activity.

If you would like to gain access to our secure Client Portal, please contact us.

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