Timeshare owners beware! If you hear these words: Exit, Cancel, Transfer, trust your inner voice and don*t engage them if you have any doubt. Maybe you received a phone call from a company saying they guarantee to get you out of your timeshare. Or they tell you they have a buyer wanting to purchase your timeshare. Don't be fooled! This is a scam. Or maybe you received an invitation for a free dinner and presentation about how they can help you get rid of your timeshare. A company soliciting your business is the first clue that something just doesn't feel right. Consider hiring a Timeshare Attorney and make sure you do your research. Avvo.com is a reputable resource when looking for the right attorney. When you hire a Timeshare Attorney, you can be assured you have taken the right step to resolve your timeshare matter. Attorneys are governed by the State Bar they are licensed in and are held to a higher standard than corporations and LLCs.
Hire an Attorney
Once you have hired an attorney to represent you with your timeshare matter, you can relax. The attorney will engage directly with the developer's legal department and negotiate on your behalf. If your attorney gets the developer to agree to release you, you are out of your ownership forever.
What's the difference?
Most developers do not want to work with cancellation or exit companies. These companies end up costing the developer more too. Developers prefer to work with attorneys. Bottom line, hire a reputable attorney to help with your timeshare matter. Attorney Budowski has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2004 and practicing timeshare law for the last 8 years. Call and schedule a FREE 30-minute consultation or visit our www.MyTimeshareAttorney.com for more information.
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