Before I contacted Susan, I investigated a few other outfits who said they could help me cancel the timeshare contact I got myself in. The others wanted my contact info first (scam), more money than Susan, and they said they would show me which paperwork to use, how to fill them out, and how and where I would have to file them. Susan did all the filing and correspondence with the time-share people. She was able to get all the money paid back and get the contract cancelled. Thank you, Susan.
Attorney Susan Michelle Budowski is the ultimate professional! She’s genuine, prompt, and kind. I felt her sincerity and commitment at the outset. She’s there for you every step of the way.. She responds promptly and over delivers, as she exceeded my expectations. She had my case wrapped up in just over a month. She truly knows her craft, extremely knowledgeable. She is Godsend, indeed!
Feel misled when you bought your timeshare?
When you’re promised something by a timeshare representative that seems too good to be true, it probably is. Unfortunately, timeshare fraud is as common as any other kind. It is important to be aware of the false promises being made every day and how to avoid becoming a victim…
Is your timeshare paid in full?
Though you may have paid for your timeshare in full, the hefty fees imposed on you by the timeshare companies may have driven you to cancellation. Sometimes, a developer may allow you to give it away or sell it, but in many cases, this is not allowed. Selling a timeshare can prove to be a struggle, so cancellation may be the next best option…
Are you familiar with a Deed in Lieu?
If times get tough and you find yourself falling behind on your payments and unable to keep your timeshare, you may be in a position to file a deed in lieu of foreclosure. If the company agrees, you may then surrender the property back to the timeshare company and also cease any financial responsibility for the timeshare…
Are you experiencing a financial hardship?
Sometimes, things change, and the luxuries you were once able to afford may no longer be an option. There are several options for you to explore if you are experiencing financial hardship and are no longer interested in owning your timeshare…