Don’t get scammed again:
Our law firm has practiced general contract law and litigation for over 25 years, with a special emphasis on timeshare law in more recent years. As a duly licensed attorney, there are certain requirements our professionals have to adhere to in order to achieve and maintain licensure. This includes, in the case of the attorney(s): 1. A four year undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university; 2. A pre-law school exam used to evaluate your aptitude as a potential law student; 3. Admission into a law school accredited by the American Bar Association; 4. Three years of legal training, primarily theoretical, during law school; 5. Taking and passing the bar exam for any jurisdiction in which you are to be licensed, typically a two or three day ordeal; 6. Passing a rigorous F.B.I. background investigation; 7. Continuing legal education – at least thirty hours per reporting period in most jurisdictions.
Needless to say, this is a lot to go through. It also stands to reason that the competent, licensed attorney will not carelessly jeopardize this status on fly-by-night schemes often perpetrated by timeshare “re-sellers”, “donation” services, or unlicensed ‘cancellation’ services.
In order to properly achieve a timeshare rescission or cancellation, it requires leverage. “Leverage”, in this context, means (at the very least), the ability to sue the timeshare developer for rescission of the contract, as well as for monetary loss. It goes without saying that a non-lawyer cannot do this, and thus any timeshare ‘cancellation’ service not operated by a licensed attorney is, by definition, a scam.
If you’re looking to get out of your timeshare, please be mindful of this when deciding on your next step. If you don’t hire our firm, by all means hire a duly licensed attorney.
We also have a new location in London for those who are in need of a timeshare attorney in the United Kingdom
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