Florida Timeshare Foreclosure Law

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Florida contains one-quarter of all of the timeshares in the US. Because of the high concentration of timeshare resorts in FL, the legislature felt it necessary to pass a bill to help timeshare owners struggling with timeshare debt. In response to challenges being faced by Home Owners Associations and lenders due to a high number of owners being unable to afford their payments, the Trustee Foreclosure Bill was created. The Trustee Foreclosure Bill will reduce the time and cost for timeshare owners paying late and struggling financially because of maintenance fees. This bill was created with the aim of... Read the rest of this entry »

What Happens to Timeshare When an Owner Dies?

When the owner of a timeshare passes away, determining what happens to the timeshare of the deceased depends on a number of factors. This article will guide you step by step to assist you in determining what happens to a deeded timeshare in the event of death.

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Timeshare After DeathIs there a will?

The first way to determine to whom a timeshare property will be transferred after death is to refer to the will.

If there is a will - All property owned by the decedent (deceased person) will be... Read the rest of this entry »

Remove a Name From Timeshare Deed

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How do you remove a name from timeshare? What is a Quitclaim Deed?

Reasons for changing the name listed on your timeshare contract vary. Maybe you purchased a timeshare with family and have come to find that only one person is using it. Perhaps you've just gotten married and need the timeshare deed to reflect your new name.

Some of the most common reasons to have a name removed/changed on the timeshare deed include: