Can I hire a timeshare ‘exit’ service to get me out of my timeshare?
Thank you for taking the time to post in our Q and A. Here is a simple answer. If you need more information please view – www.aaronsonlawgroup.com
Never, ever, hire any non-lawyer to do the job. A non-lawyer is, by definition, a lay person when it comes to representing you in an area involving legal ramifications. He or she lacks the ability to create leverage in negotiating a cancellation. That is to say, a lay person cannot sue the timeshare developer on your behalf. If the proposal to rescind your timeshare has no teeth to it, it’s just that – a proposal – a request, in essence, and a feeble one at that. Almost invariably, these people will take your money – all of it – up front, ‘guaranteeing’ a rescission, and you’ll not hear from them again, at least not in any fashion that can result in a release of liability. They may purport to deed your property to another, and perhaps even the developer itself, but this does not release you of liability on any instrument of debt that you undoubtedly signed.