Timeshare Termination

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Own a timeshare and want out? Contact us so we can help!


    We are an established law firm focusing on timeshare ownership termination. We are NOT a real estate or timeshare resale company, and we do not send our timeshare clients to “affiliate” attorneys – we help timeshare owners GET OUT of their timeshare contracts.

    Were you told that the timeshare would go up in value over time?

    Were you offered a “free” trip or meal, only for it to turn out to be a sales pitch?

    Did the timeshare saleperson promise they would buy it back if you wanted?

    Were you told you could rent or sell your timeshare whenever you wish?


    These are just some of the unethical, coercive, and even fraudulent tactics used in the timeshare industry. If these tactics were used on you, you may be able to get out of your unwanted timeshare.

    Every case is different. Contact us today so we can help.

    Making Headlines in Timeshare News

    Law Firm Argues That Wyndham Violates Antitrust Laws
    M&N Law asks Federal Judge to Issue Injunction Against Wyndham

    PRNewswire, July 1st 2021

    This week, Christian W. Waugh (“Christian”) of Waugh Grant PLLC, argued before a federal judge in Tampa, Florida, on behalf of Montgomery and Newcomb, LLC (“M&N Law”), that the largest group of timeshare companies in America, Wyndham, is violating America’s antitrust laws by pursuing sham litigation against lawyers like M&N Law who represent timeshare owners. M&N Law is a law firm that assists timeshare owners who are unhappy with their timeshares.

    M&N Law is not alone in its litigation with Wyndham. Dozens of other lawyers are being sued by Wyndham and other timeshare companies for their representation of timeshare owners….

    READ MORE 

    Can I Stop Paying My Timeshare Maintenance Fees?

    Whether or not you decide to continue paying your maintenance fees is a personal financial decision. It is generally best to stay current with any maintenance fees, annual dues, and mortgage or loan payments, if possible. If you decide to stop paying your fees or loans, the resort may take the following actions against you or your estate:
    • Send your account to collections
    • Damage or ruin your credit
    • Foreclose on your timeshare
    • Sue you for unpaid fees or loan balance
    • File a claim against your estate
    Montgomery & Newcomb does not make any timeshare-related payments on behalf of any client.