A way out of timeshares

Timeshare Relief

Purchasing a timeshare can result in substantial maintenance charges, association fees, and assessments. Even after you have fully paid off your time share, you may be on the hook for these charges for as long as you own the timeshare.

Why hire a law firm?

Timeshare sellers use high-pressure sales pitches, often making promises which turn out to be false such as:

  • a timeshare will become more valuable over time
  • you will receive rental income from a timeshare
  • you can sell your timeshare and make a profit
  • you will receive other valuable items such as "points" if you purchase

Relief from maintenance charges, association fees, and assessments

These promises are often made during the frenzied high-pressure timeshare sales pitch, but then are left out of the stack of paperwork timeshare buyers sign.

Most states have statutes which prohibit deceptive trade practices. For example, Missouri’s Merchandising Practices Act makes unlawful the “act, use or employment by any person of any deception, fraud, false pretense, false promise, misrepresentation, unfair practice or the concealment, suppression, or omission of any material fact in connection with the sale or advertisement of any merchandise”. Violation of Missouri’s Merchandising Practices Act allows for criminal penalties, civil actions by private persons, actions by the attorney general, and class action lawsuits.

Trapped in a timeshare? We can help find the way out.


Free consultation

We don’t charge you anything to initially review your case. With our free initial consultation, you have no obligation. This provides us an opportunity to discuss the facts we need to determine if we are able to take your case on. This also provides you an opportunity to ask questions about the legal issues in your case, what to expect in a lawsuit and find out more about our firm. After an initial review of your case, we will determine if we are able to take your case on.

Beware non-lawyer timeshare cancellation scams

Some companies promise you an "exit" or "cancellation" from your timeshare, but then disappear after charging you a large upfront fee. Many of these companies falsely claim to be law firms, or imply they are "associated" with law firms. Only an attorney can advise you what your legal rights are and represent you in a case against the timeshare seller.

If you are trapped in a timeshare, find out your legal rights with no obligation.