My cash bond has been released and/or I am getting a refund/disbursement check and need to update my address, what do I do?

BONDS:

You may file in person with photo ID a change of address or you may file a notarized affidavit of change of address by US mail. Your change of address should indicate if the change is only applicable to the bond or applicable to bond and mailing address.

Only with this process will the clerk's office be able to update the bond information ensuring any refund is submitted to the correct address. 

    NOTE:  Address changes not timely filed may result in your check being sent to the previous address on file. To ensure delivery you may also wish to update your address with the US Postal Service by visiting https://www.usps.com/ or appearing in person at your closet US Postal Service location.

REFUNDS or DISBURSEMENTS:

You may file a change of address form in the corresponding court case. The clerk's office will update your address in the case.

    NOTE:  Address changes not timely filed may result in your check being sent to the previous address on file. To ensure delivery you may also wish to update your address with the US Postal Service by visiting https://www.usps.com/ or by appearing in person at your closet US Postal Service location.

Bond refunds are disbursed when the case is closed.  Refunds are sent to the bond depositor.

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