Mission Statement:
Provide legal solutions to timeshare owners
in dealing with the difficulties of continued ownership.
IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation


FAQs
We are not attorneys and are expressing our experienced opinions within these answers.
If you are concerned, please contact an attorney for clarification.

Here it is in writing.

We want a guarantee that when we complete our work we will get paid. You will be free if we do, but you want a guarantee that if we fail to free you, you will get all your money back. The tried and proven way for this type of protection for both sides is the use of an escrow agent. An escrow agent receives the money prior to work comencing and holds it until the work is done. This is based on a contract signed by all parties involved in the action. Click here to view the escrow contract.

Simply put, you provide all the documents we need and deposit the funds with the escrow agent. If we can free you within 90 days of getting the documents to us the escrow agent will send the money to us. If we do not have it completed (recorded by the County Recorder) within 90 days you get all your money back. We're not holding the money, the agent is. We're both protected.

Since, unlike most "exit" or "cancellation" companies, we don't have to wait for a timeshare company to decide if they want to fight an unfair sales law suit the only delay is in the county recording and mail processes.

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