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Timeshare Lawyer...When do I need them?

Timeshare Lawyer...When do I need them?
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A timeshare lawyer is required when a dispute between a timeshare corporation and a consumer comes to a dead end and legal assistance or litigation is the only solution. As a consumer, must plenty understand your rights and obligations as most timeshare contracts are agreements of perpetuity. Finding the best legal approach against the timeshare corporation is key to win or lose a case; therefore, your lawyer must know timeshare law in great extent.

Has your timeshare company broken timeshare law?

Read the examples below as some timeshare developers use these business practices in their favor but might be illegal and should not be permitted in their agreements:

  • Special assessment fees not specified in their contracts.
  • New restrictions on the unit size or usage of the timeshare intervals.
  • New policies that make the timeshare intervals difficult to use
  • New policies that make the timeshare ownership less valuable
  • Promises of financial gain at the time of sale
  • Overly optimistic scenarios on how to use the timeshare interval

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Timeshare lawyers in class action law suits

Timeshare lawyers represent consumers victims of timeshare fraud. it is becoming a common practice to spend thousands of dollars on a timeshare to find out that the membership is not as promised or new restrictions on usage are imposed in order to pressure consumers to spend more money upgrading their memberships.

Unfair changes on the Home Owner Association Rules and Regulations as well as excessive increments of timeshare fees affect a vast majority of timeshare consumers and should not be avoided. Companies that engage in these kind of practices with the intention of financial remuneration violate contractual agreements and therefore break timeshare laws.

Country and state timeshare laws; Jurisdiction

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Most states have timeshare laws that regulate selling practices of timeshare resorts. Understanding these laws can be frustrating for "John and Mary Smith". Keep in mind that your timeshare falls under the jurisdiction of the state or country you purchased your timeshare from and not from where you home is. If you are determined to engage in a legal battle with a timeshare developer you might have to find a timeshare lawyer with the expertise of timeshare law in the state or country you purchased your timeshare at.

Timeshare lawyer´s fees

Timeshare lawyers can help you fight against a timeshare company with the legal support you need. However, their hefty price tag dissuade most people from hiring their services. Another disadvantage is that the payment structure of lawyers in general, is by paying hourly fees in advance commonly called retainer.

The reason Mexican Timeshare Solutions offers very competitive prices on timeshare cancellation is because we have timeshare lawyers on a retaining basis. their field of expertise is timeshare law. Another aspect you benefit from being a client from MTS is that you are not obligated to pay for fees upfront neither during the cancellation process; MTS collects for our service only when your timeshare has been cancelled and you are satisfied with our service.

Avoid being scammed

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The decision to hire the services of an experienced timeshare lawyer is significant and should never be based merely on price or advertising claims; in fact, lawyers are prohibited from making any guarantees or estimates of success.

Walk away from any timeshare "rescue" or "relief" company that provides a money back guarantee to cancel a timeshare contract. Understand that once this company has your money it is them who have the upper hand and not you anymore. Bear in mind that the reason you are reading this article is because you paid upfront for a service that end up not being what it was promised such as a timeshare contract. Then, Why should you trust a company who is using the same collection techniques as the timeshare company you have issues with?

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MTS offers free consultation to all timeshare consumers wishing to terminate their timeshare contracts. Contact us now so we can explain you how to get out of timeshare in three easy steps.

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18 Comments
  • tryingtoletgo.lAugust 25, 2014, 9:45 am

    we have a timeshare that we just want to get rid of no money, no renting, no anything. how exactly do you 'just give it up' or how to 'give it back to the company'? i also heard that it messes up your credit is that true? please help.

  • DLDJuly 28, 2014, 9:16 am

    Even in the timeshare lawyers are scammers.. what kind of world do we live? What a mess with this hole thing about timeshares.

  • Tomas GerardoJuly 11, 2014, 3:00 pm

    I can only say from the horror stories I hear almost every month: Buyer (of Timeshares) Beware.

  • CourtneyJuly 10, 2014, 8:37 am

    My parents own not one, but two timeshares. To their credit, they use them every year, though they trade for other locations. Their intention (the last time it was stated) was to leave these to us kids one day. I have ZERO desire to own a timeshare. I’d never use it and paying maintenance fees and then fees to switch locations? Ummm, no thanks. I’ll just go on vacations the old fashioned way – you know, pick a location, pick a date, find lodging, etc.

  • CourtneyJuly 10, 2014, 8:37 am

    My parents own not one, but two timeshares. To their credit, they use them every year, though they trade for other locations. Their intention (the last time it was stated) was to leave these to us kids one day. I have ZERO desire to own a timeshare. I’d never use it and paying maintenance fees and then fees to switch locations? Ummm, no thanks. I’ll just go on vacations the old fashioned way – you know, pick a location, pick a date, find lodging, etc.

  • AnnaJune 28, 2014, 10:37 am

    unfortunately we have such problems too...
    We paid for it and after few years of paying maintenance fee and NEVER USING that timeshare we stopped paying (figuring they might resale it to cover any expenses because of our bailing out). No such luck! Last week we got a letter from collection agency demanding 4 thousand $ more! So greedy!
    NEVER BUY A TIMESHARE! You can always book any hotel anytime!It is a horrible experience!

  • joseph muffinJune 13, 2014, 2:51 pm

    Despite the bad reputation of the timeshare industry, you’ll wonder why there are still individuals who own a timeshare. I think it’s the timeshare sales presentation. Timeshare developers mostly present their resorts greatly without warning of the incoming liabilities that lie ahead.

  • joseph muffinJune 13, 2014, 2:47 pm

    Despite the bad reputation of the timeshare industry, you’ll wonder why there are still individuals who own a timeshare. I think it’s the timeshare sales presentation. Timeshare developers mostly present their resorts greatly without warning of the incoming liabilities that lie ahead.

  • joseph muffinJune 13, 2014, 2:07 pm

    Despite the bad reputation of the timeshare industry, you’ll wonder why there are still individuals who own a timeshare. I think it’s the timeshare sales presentation. Timeshare developers mostly present their resorts greatly without warning of the incoming liabilities that lie ahead.

  • Sheila ParkerJune 4, 2014, 10:40 am

    BE Careful also about companies who say they will BUy your timeshare to RID you of the time share. Some of their sales men charge absorbitant rates and they show you an income statement for 5 years on how much you will save.. Of course you will save on maint , fees. but they cahrge you 1,500- 3000 upfront and they say that is used For closing fees. When i called my Time share they tols me my time share only costs 200 for closing fees. They want to make money on the time share to cover at least 3-4 years of main fees that you pay upfront if they indeed are legitimate and of course the salary of the salesman. That is too ,much! JUST BETTER IF YOU CANT SELL IT DONATE IT TO A FRIEND OR YORU CHURCH!

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