Buying a timeshare in Florida can be a great deal – beautiful weather and beaches, and an affordable arrangement. Unfortunately, there are people who use this dream as a lure to take advantage of you.
You may have gone to a meeting to learn about a fantastic timeshare deal, and been pressured into signing a contract. Did you read it thoroughly? Did you have an attorney look it over first? You probably didn't have anyone looking out for your interests — but you do now.
Thorne & Storey, P.A., has seen people taken advantage of with fine print in contracts that are patently unfair. There are scams and even illegal methods to get your money. Are there hidden fees and other obligations, or limitations on your rights that you weren't aware of?
Call us immediately to see if your rescission period is still running. You may not be aware that you have a right to get out of the deal, but it is only for a few days.
If You Own a Timeshare
If you own a timeshare and wish to rent it out, beware of other scams demanding a fee upfront to place renters in your timeshare. They pretend to have ready renters, but may not.
Since Orlando is practically the timeshare capital of the world, we serve those who want to rent out their vacation home, and other parties in the development or operation of timeshares.
We are a boutique law firm with the ability to get to know our clients and their legal problems. We offer years of experience and unwavering commitment to client service.
Put Experience on Your Side
To schedule an initial consultation with a lawyer at our Orlando or Seminole County office by phone, call 407-982-3747/866-959-0588 or reach us online. We will review your case and help you take the right steps to protect your personal or professional interests.