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Montgomery & Newcomb llc
Cancel your timeshare. Safely. Legally. Forever!
Have you been looking for a way to cancel your timeshare? Put an end to reservation nightmares and annual fees for good. You now have a clear path to timeshare freedom! Contact our experience timeshare lawyers todayand get outof your timeshare forever.
about our process
Our experienced Timeshare Lawyers are with you step-by-step until you are free from your timeshare contract.
who we are
Find out more about our team of Timeshare Lawyers and what sets us apart from everyone’s else.
Some of the most commonly asked questions from timeshare owners.
Timeshare ownership can sometimes feel like a trap that you can’t get out of. At Montgomery & Newcomb LLC. We understand this!
The Offer : You received what felt like a very enticing offer with free tickets to attractions, discounted hotel rates and much more.
The presentation : All they wanted you to do was sit though a very “short” presentation. Hours later you are still trapped in a small room listening to a high pressure sales pitch by relentless sales personnel.
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This is followed by round after round of signatures on documents that are rushed though and not always clearly explained, leaving you very little time to read through the information.
The Bill: Your first bill comes in the mail and it can be a very rude awakening!
Taking A Vacation: Now find out all the frustrations you are going to experience trying to actually book your vacation. Unpaid fees, lack of sufficient points, or a myriad of other excuses will keep you from ever enjoying your timeshare the way you imagined at the beginning.
Mr. Newcomb has sixteen years of experience in workers’ compensation, personal injury, divorce, elder law, insurance defense, criminal law, family law, employment law and product liability. He’s a business leader committed to improving the interplay between legal & business functions.
Mr. Montgomery was admitted to the Bar of the State of Missouri and the Federal District Court for the Western District in 1994. He has substantial first chair jury trial experience and has obtained individual verdicts, judgement and settlements for his clients in excess of One Million Dollars.
He has successfully resolved hundreds or thousands of legal disputes, including many contract cases, to the satisfaction of the people that he represents. His law firm has recovered ten millions of dollars for his clients.
For almost 25 years, he has practiced law in Southwest Missouri, including substantial practice in the Branson area before the Circuit Courts in Taney and Stone County.
Mr. Montgomery was born and raised in Springfield, Missouri, where his practice is based. He was national merit scholar and attended the University of Missouri where he achieved the Deans list each semester. He performed internship for the office of United States Senator Jack Danforth in Washington D. C. and at Barristers Chambers on Fleet Street in London. He obtained his juries doctorate from the law school at the University of Missouri in Columbia..
Mr. Vaughn has been a licensed attorney for 29 years. he has extensive trial experience in civil litigation including personal injury, medical malpractice, worker’s compensations and divorced/ custody.
Mr. Vaughn received his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri – Columbia and received his juries doctorate from the university of Missouri – Kansas City.
you have a way out!
Your developer may be exposed legally in ways that are provable and straightforward. You want experienced and competent representation when it comes to Timeshare cancellation.
That’s where Montgomery & Newcomb LLC can helps! with nearly 100 years of combined experience, our Timeshare Lawyers can give you the advice you need and are willing to do what it takes to get your timeshare cancelled once and for all.
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