Q: I read somewhere that if I die while I still own a timeshare; my kids could get stuck with it. Is that true? What if they don't want it?
A: In nearly every instance, a timeshare becomes an immediate part of your estate when you die. Your heirs will inherit your estate and the timeshare, its maintenance fees, and any special assessments. In other words, your heirs will inherit your liability, even if they don't want it.
Q: What if I still owe money on my timeshare? Am I eligible if my timeshare has a mortgage?
A: If you qualify, our attorneys will help determine a legal basis for terminating your timeshare.
Q: Are all timeshare properties eligible for your service?
A: No. There are a few resorts that we cannot accept. Call our toll free number and speak with one of our senior account executives for eligibility.
Q: What if I can't find my deed?
A. Many of our clients have experienced the loss of their ownership documents. Securing a copy of your deed, membership, or certificate of ownership is part of the process we undertake on your behalf. If you do not have a copy, do not worry. The title company has access to proprietary software that will enable us to locate your documents.
Q: This sounds too good to be true.
A: Is that a good enough reason to stop looking?