The Free Consultation
How long is a consultation?
30-60 minutes depending on how many questions you might have, whether or not you are prepared with the contract ready to review, and whether or not you hire our legal team to represent you.
Do we have to meet in person?
No. For your convenience, we can do the consultation over the phone.
What if I want to meet you in person?
If you live in Las Vegas, we can schedule an in-home or an in-office appointment. If you live outside of the area, and feel to drive in, we can schedule an in-office appointment and we will give you a $100 voucher toward gas if you are coming from Arizona or California or any of the other surrounding states should you hire our attorneys. If you want come to Vegas via plane, we will give you a $250 voucher toward your flight should you hire our attorneys. (Please bring proof of travel to get this discount.) All appointments need to be made in advance. We do not have appointments on a walk-in basis.
Does everyone who is on the contract have to be available for the phone or in-person consultation or can it just be me? If so, why?
What kind of information will you need from me?
What if I don't know where my contract is?
I have researched and read through your website. Do I need a consultation to just go ahead and hire your attorneys? Or could I just do this though email?
We do need to still have a consultation with you. This way we could answer any questions that might still come up and also gather information from you as well.
What qualifies for fraud or deceptive sales practices?
□ Was your presentation longer than the time promised?
□ Were you told that you must buy today because the price will be more tomorrow?
□ Were you not given the time to review the timeshare contract before signing?
□ Were you not told the full extent of the debt you were incurring with interest charges?
□ Were you told your timeshare is a great investment and would increase in value and could be sold for profit?
□ Do you feel trapped in your timeshare because the resort will not take it back or you can’t sell it?
If you answered yes to ANY of the above questions, you may be a victim of fraud and deceptive sales practices.
What if I have never used the timeshare?
What if I got the timeshare a long time ago?
What if I have upgraded my timeshare since it was originally purchased?
What if I have more than one timeshare? Would that "prove" that it was not fraud because I bought several?
What if I have more than one timeshare and I want to get out of all of them at the same time. Would I be able to get a discount?
What if I have more than one timeshare and I only want to cancel one of them at this time?
What if I have used my timeshare a lot? Can I still qualify to get out of it?
What if the only reason I want out of my timeshare is because I am too disabled or busy or otherwise incapable of using it?
What if I am broke, have horrible credit, and am behind on payments and the timeshare developer is threatening foreclosure?
What if I inherited a timeshare or it was given to me as a gift?
What if I am not the original owner?
What if I switched to the points system?
What if my timeshare has been or is being taken over by another company or timeshare developer?
Can you cancel travel club memberships?
Are there any timeshare contracts with any timeshare developers that you cannot help me cancel?
What if the other person on the contract is my soon-to-be ex-husband or ex-wife or a relative who I have had a falling out with? What if we are not on good speaking terms and so they would not likely be cooperative?
What if I have been married, divorced or for another reason changed my name legally and now it is different than the one on the contract?
What if the other person whose name is on the timeshare contract has passed away?
What if I already hired another lawyer to help me get out of this timeshare? Can I still hire you as well?
What if I want to stop working with another lawyer to help get me out of this timeshare?
What if I am not on the contract but I am concerned about my mother or other person who is?
What if I don’t live in the same state or country as your office is located?
What if I don’t live in the same state or country that the timeshare is located within?
What if I do live in the same state or country that the timeshare is located within? Shouldn't I just hire a local attorney?
What if I live in the United States but my timeshare is located outside of the US?
What if I live in another country and my timeshare is located in the United States?
The Legal Process
How soon would the attorneys start to work on the case?
Will I have to meet with the lawyers in person?
Can you stop the timeshare company from harassing me? They are constantly calling me!
Will I have to go to court?
Am I going to have to spend a lot of time and energy on this, going back and forth with the lawyer?
I have pictures of the timeshare in disarray or with non or poorly working appliances, would that help my case?
Why Our Team
Why not just hire a real estate lawyer or a local lawyer? Why hire you? Why can’t I just use my own family attorney?
A real estate lawyer doesn’t specialize in timeshare law unless specifically stated by that attorney. And an attorney or firm being local to you or even one your family or business has used for years for general matters doesn’t necessarily mean that they are experienced enough with your timeshare specifically and timeshare law either. They all tend to need much more in terms of payment and a considerable amount of time to accomplish what our lawyers have become experts in and have created a process that allows for no error. They also cannot guarantee results.
What if you don't succeed?
Written into our contract is a 100% Money Back Guarantee. This means that in the event your assigned attorneys were unable to successfully get an offer of cancellation from the resort in 18 months, you will receive a full refund for the cost of the services. Using our assigned attorneys that specialize in timeshare contracts law, you can be assured that they will accomplish a successful cancellation for your case.
I want to stop making payments on the timeshare. How do I do that? Do I contact my bank or credit card?
We are not legally allowed to suggest stopping making payments. It is in entirely your choice. During the consultation, we will discuss in details about that. If you are set up on automatic payments, we suggest trying to contact the timeshare developer first to cancel those auto payments. Do not mention you are hiring a law firm to cancel the contract, just let them know you want to pay manually. If they do not cooperate, then contact your bank or credit card company to have stop payments placed for future transactions from that timeshare developer. They typically work with their customers and at least let you know the protocol to accomplish it. If the bank or credit card company can’t stop it, we suggest writing a certified letter to the timeshare developer that you are no longer authorizing payment be drawn from listed specific account effective immediately. Keep a copy of the letter and receipt acknowledging they received it and signed for it. Give a copy to your bank or credit card company to ensure no more transactions take place.
How much does this cost?
I am concerned about my credit. What can you guys do about that?
We have credit protection for each one of our clients. We will be able to block any derogatory remarks on your credit from the timeshare developer and any third party financial institution or companies associated with this purchase of the timeshare. If you have existing derogatory remarks on your credit, we will be able to get those removed as well. After the cancellation process is completed and if any remarks show up on your credit relating to this timeshare contract, we will get those removed as well. You will be in good hands knowing we have a unique process in place to completely protect your credit.
What if I haven’t paid several times? What if I am in default?
What if it has been paid off?
What if I paid it off with a loan from a bank or with my credit card? And now, I am just paying the bank or credit company?
We can only take legal action against the timeshare developer and not a third party finance company like a bank or credit card. Those financial institutions did nothing wrong therefore we cannot cancel that debt owed to them.