No Upfront Fees to Cancel a Timeshare


Although it is commonplace for lawyers to charge advance retainers of all sorts for availability, engagement, or just large lumps of money for litigation budgets,

The FTC knows to avoid Upfront Fees to Sell a Timeshare

In Timeshares… an Upfront Fee is usually a huge RED FLAG. The FTC had 191 timeshare fraud actions against timeshare aftermarket companies that were deceiving, and in many cases just stealing the Upfront Fees and doing little or no back-end divestment work. So even though this Firm has outstanding credentials with regard to success in timeshare divestment matters, we additionally provide a no money down 100% contingency fee option, where we do not get paid a penny until we fully perform.  No matter what, a large contingency fee (after performance) assures that a successful closing is a mutual objective.

For more information on why some companies who charge upfront fees should be avoided by consumers, there is an FTC Infographic if you scroll down on the bottom of our Homepage, and you can find our Law Firm’s Infographic on the “timeshare divestment” page. One major truism: the Timeshare Aftermarket is extremely precarious for consumers.

Consumer Protection Attorneys for No Upfront Fees provide Legal Representation to get Billion-Dollar (and multimillion dollar) resorts to Cancel a Timeshare Contracts or agree to a Deedbacks where clients sell their timeshare back to the resort (for $0.00) —  no money walkaway deals.

The safest and securest way to be sure you are getting what you paid for, is for The Abrams Firm to do all the heavy work first, then get the resort to agree to let you out, and after all that we earn our money.

We bear the risk of another successful transaction… BUT please have some money handy, because we fully plan on finishing… as we have for thousands of happy people, whether they were regular paying law clients, low cost retainer clients, contingent fee clients or we were working for a public interest network stipend, every Abrams Firm matter where we commit to obtain Consumer Justice, is treated as another prime directive to succeed.

Answering the Needs of Consumers that have been identified by Consumer Protectorates, including Government Regulators from the FTC, Attorney General Offices and Justice Departments