You might be reading this article and thinking that none of the problems above apply to you. Maybe you are just having problems paying the annual maintenance fees on your timeshare unit. Or perhaps the time has come to get out of your contract, and you tried to use your resort’s method for exiting or canceling, only to have them ignore your request.

 

In these situations, a timeshare attorney is definitely not the first place to look. Instead, you should consult a Timeshare compliance exit company like Centerstone Group to talk about your options. One of those options may be a coordinated pressure campaign on the resort, including phone calls, mail, and appropriate administrative complaints.

 

You may also be looking into a resale or other type of transfer. In that case, you might be able to transfer your timeshare obligations to a receiver while Centerstone Group continues to negotiate your exit from the timeshare resort.

 

When selecting an exit company to perform any of these services on your behalf, make sure you are dealing with a company accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB). That way, you can hire them with the confidence that they have helped many other people just like you. You can also believe them when they tell you that a timeshare attorney is or isn’t necessary.

 

Let Us Help You Make an Informed Decision
There is seemingly no end to the headaches that a timeshare can create. But not all of the problems are legal problems. You may not know the difference between a situation that calls for legal services and one that doesn’t, but we do. At Centerstone Group, we have decades of experience in the timeshare industry, including helping owners with problems like yours.


Our goal is to help you get out of your timeshare with as little pain and cost as possible, in the most effective way possible. Contact Centerstone Group today for a free consultation and case evaluation, so we can talk about the steps you need to take in order to achieve freedom and peace of mind.

The problems above are very fact-specific. They may start small and escalate into legal problems, or they might never reach a level where a timeshare attorney is needed. One situation, however, nearly always requires intervention by an attorney: when you are named in a lawsuit.

 

The reasons for a lawsuit associated with your timeshare could be many. Perhaps you are being sued for a condition in or around your property. Or maybe you are being sued for breach of contract. In either case, you will need a lawyer to advise you of your rights and duties during the process.

 

You can also be sued in connection with a foreclosure because you failed to make mortgage payments or pay other assessed fees. Though these happen out of court in many states, some still require a lawsuit for the foreclosure to be completed. This is perhaps the worst scenario. You don’t necessarily need an attorney, but getting one is an excellent idea.

 

As a rule, if you are served with legal paperwork, particularly with a complaint or similar document starting a lawsuit, you should get legal advice immediately. Failure to do so might have severe consequences for both you and your property rights.