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Timeshare Lawyers in the State of Florida

 

Bouzkam Law is a timeshare law firm in the state of Florida that may be able to assist you if you have questions about how to cancel or terminate a timeshare. Cancelling a timeshare may be possible, if you are still in the “cooling off” period after signing. Under Florida law, you have up to ten days from the moment you purchase the timeshare to cancel the contract. After the cooling off period, it becomes much more difficult to cancel your timeshare. Given the recent economic downturn and changes to travel plans as a result of the pandemic, more people than ever are interested in cancelling their timeshares. If you are still within the cooling off period after purchasing a timeshare, and you’re having buyer’s remorse, you have the right to cancel the timeshare. But you’ll need to take steps right away, because the time period is limited.

But, if it’s been longer than the cooling off period, and you are interested in canceling your timeshare, the process can be more difficult and more complex. Because a timeshare is a legal contract, you’ll want to consult a timeshare lawyer like Bouzkam Law in the state of Florida to assist you. There are certain limited situations where it may still be possible to cancel or renegotiate a timeshare agreement. Contact the timeshare attorney at Bouzkam Law in Boca Raton, Florida today to learn more about your rights and options under the law.

 

What You Need to Understand About Florida Timeshare Contracts

Canceling a timeshare can be very difficult because a timeshare is a legal contract. Once the cooling down period has passed, the only way you’ll be able to terminate your timeshare contract is if you sue the timeshare company or management company for breach of contract or for other kinds of wrongdoing. While it isn’t impossible that the timeshare company committed wrongdoing, the burden of proof is on you to show it. There have been situations where timeshare or management companies deceived people into buying timeshares they didn’t want, lied about the terms of the timeshare agreement, or changed the terms and breached the contract. If this has happened to you, you may have the right to terminate your timeshare agreement.

The best time to cancel a timeshare is during the cooling off period, the ten day window during which you have time to reconsider your purchase. Even better, before signing on the dotted line, you may want to do your homework and ask more questions. According to the Federal Trade Commission, the value of a timeshare should not be viewed as an investment, but rather the value of how much it would cost you to typically stay at a place you love visiting. The FTC notes that because there are many options for timeshares on the market, buyers shouldn’t factor in the value of reselling their timeshare when buying. Once you sign on the dotted line and once the cooling-off period has passed, it can be very difficult to cancel or even re-sell a timeshare. There are even stories of people so desperate to put an end to the onerous fees and responsibilities that they have put their timeshare on the market for as low as a dollar. Before you do this, or reach out to a timeseller re-seller (who may or may not be able to re-sell your timeshare) consider reaching out to Bouzkam Law, a timeshare cancellation lawyer in the state of Florida. Individuals should always do their homework before buying a timeshare, and if you are thinking of working with a timeshare reseller, the FTC notes that it is important to do your research. Have questions about how to cancel a timeshare? Our law firm can review your contract, help you understand your options, and assist you with the next steps.

 

How a Timeshare Lawyer in the State of Florida Can Help You

A timeshare lawyer in the state of Florida may be able to help you terminate your timeshare in certain situations. Our timeshare termination lawyer can read over your contract to see if there are terms and clauses that permit cancellation. We can review your case to determine whether the timeshare company breached their contractual obligations to you. If the contract was breached, you may have timeshare cancellation options. We may be able to gather evidence and pursue litigation if needed. If you believe you were pressured into buying the timeshare or deceived into buying a timeshare, you may sometimes also have options. Finally, if you tried to cancel before the cooling off period passed, but have not been refunded your money, you may also have some options under the law. Bouzkam Law is a timeshare cancellation law firm in the state of Florida that may be able to assist you. Reach out to our timeshare termination lawyer today to learn more about your options and rights under the law.

The timeshare termination lawyer at Bouzkam Law in the state of Florida helps individuals facing a range of issues regarding timeshare properties. We may be able to help you if you encounter difficulties when trying to resell your timeshare, or if you believe you were misled during the re-sale process. You may have options. In the wake of the pandemic, there have been many timeshare selling companies claiming to be able to get you out of your timeshare or resell your timeshare. The FTC notes that people should research a timeshare reselling agent before taking this route. Some companies may be upstanding and able to deliver on their promises, but there are others that have misled clients. If you believe you were misled, either by a timeshare selling agent, or by a timeshare reseller, Bouzkam Law is a timeshare termination lawyer in the state of Florida that may be able to help you.

Bouzkam Law is a timeshare termination law firm that can review your situation and help you understand your rights and options under the law when it comes to timeshare cancellation or termination. We understand that for many seeking timeshare termination, this can be an incredibly stressful time. You don’t have to go it alone.

Boukzam Law

980 North Federal Highway
Suite 110
Boca Raton, FL 33432

natalie@boukzamlaw.com

Office: 561-939-1735

Fax: 561 750-5507

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