Consumer Lawyers and Timeshare Lawyers for timeshare divestment

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What is Timeshare Divestment?

In the following sections, some key terms and concepts are defined (see quotations) to assist timeshare owners to know How to Get out of a Timeshare (i.e. Ownership Divestment).

The term “Timeshare Divestment” is not used by most consumers. Consumers may call it “how to sell a timeshare” or “safe ways to sell a timeshare” or even “get rid of a timeshare” or something like it that means the same as “Timeshare Divestment”.

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What Are Some Legal Ways to Get out of a Timeshare?

No matter the phrase they use, consumers simply want to know the safest and best ways (and hopefully the cheapest and most cost-efficient ways) of how to get out of a timeshare. But there is a larger question, because a fraudulent transfer or sham listing are not a legal ways to get out of a timeshare. And further questions come up, like is it a “deeded timeshare” interest or something different like “points” or a “vacation club”. These issues will be detailed in the following sections, or you can always call The Abrams Firm and talk to a real Consumer Protection Attorney 1-on-1, complimentary as a service, to find out precisely how your specifics fit into the Big Picture.

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