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Tips from the Florida Attorney General for a timeshare resale:

Before selling your timeshare, have the following in order:

Name, address, and phone number of the resort.

Deed, and the contract or membership agreement which clearly identifies the timeshare you own.

Financing agreement (if you are still paying for the property)—remember you’ll have to pay this off before you can transfer your timeshare to a new owner.

Title insurance information.

Any other information to identify clearly your particular interest or membership.

The exchange company affiliation.

The amount and due date of your maintenance fee, and whether it has been paid for the current year.

The amount of real estate taxes (if billed separately), the due date, and whether they have yet been paid for the current year.

Date your timeshare will next become available for use by a new owner or when a new owner can first make a reservation.

Whether or not your timeshare is a fixed week and/or unit or requires an advance reservation (a floating or flex-time timeshare).

Gather copies of the documents governing the resort owner’s association, if any, the resort’s rules and regulations, reservation rules and any other information that would be helpful to a new owner, such as area attractions.

Attorney General's Timeshare Resale Checklist

20900 NE 30th Ave.
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Aventura, FL 33180

Probate of Orlando Florida Timeshare

Eric S. Kane, P.L. is a law firm that represents clients in probate administration proceedings in all counties throughout the State of Florida. The Law Office of Eric S. Kane represents non-Florida residents who are in need of a probate attorney to probate a Florida timeshare that they have recently inherited due to the death of a family member.

The city of Orlando, Florida and neighboring Kissimmee, Florida lead the state of Florida in the number of timeshares owned and is home to approximately fifty percent of Florida's timeshares. lf a non-Florida or out of state resident owns a timeshare in Orlando or Kissimmee and passes away, Florida probate administration proceedings to probate the timeshare will be required to be commenced in Orange County Florida or Osceola County Florida.

What is an Orlando Timeshare?

A timeshare is considered real property and is subject to Florida probate laws and rules, which must be administered by a Florida Court in the county or judicial circuit where the timeshare is located. In order to pass the Orlando timeshare to the lawful heirs or beneficiaries, a Florida probate action is required.

Eric S. Kane, P.L.
provides efficient probate services for clients throughout Florida. Have you been named as the Personal Representative or Executor of an estate of an individual who passed away owning a Florida timeshare? Are you an attorney who is handling the probate administration in the domiciliary jurisdiction and need assistance in transferring the Florida property?
To handle probate matters in Orlando, Florida, Osceola County and Orange County, Florida or any of Florida's 67 counties please contact Probate Lawyer Eric S. Kane, Esq. for a free initial consultation. Mr. Kane is a probate attorney who handles probate and ancillary probate administration, throughout the state of Florida. Call (305) 937-7280.

Timeshare Probate Example

For example, if a person who lives in Pennsylvania owns a timeshare in Orlando, Florida in his or her individual name and passes away, the disposition of the Orlando timeshare is subject to Florida Probate laws, rules and procedure. Eric S. Kane can efficiently handle all out of state resident ancillary probate matters for any location in Florida including Orange, Osceola, Okaloosa, Collier, Lee, Volusia, Miami-Dade, Broward, Monroe, Palm Beach counties and throughout Florida's 67 counties.

Profile of Florida Timeshare Probate Attorney Eric S. Kane

A client has many choices in the selection of a Florida Probate Lawyer. Mr. Kane has served as a Special Magistrate and Court Appointed Receiver in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, Mr. Kane graduated cum laude with a J.D. and L.LM from the University of Miami School of Law in Coral Gables,Florida and earned a B.A. in Government and Latin American Studies cum laude from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

The Law Office of Eric S. Kane, P.L. is located in Aventura, Florida, a municipality of Miami-Dade County..

Timeshare Info:

Nearly 5 million people own a timeshare unit in the United States, and the majority of them are located in Florida, California and South Carolina. There are just under 1,600 timeshare resorts in the U.S. and the average property holds around 80 units.

The information you obtain at this site is not considered to be all inclusive, nor is it intended to be legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation. The hiring of a attorney is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask Eric S. Kane, P.L. to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience.

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Destinations near Orlando:

Walt Disney World
Magic Kingdom
Universal Orlando
Wet 'n Wild
MGM Studios
Islands of Adventure

Orlando Timeshares:

Summer Bay Resort

Silver Lake Resort
Calypso Cay Suites
Tuscana Resort

Palisades Resort
Mystic Dunes
Vacation Village at Parkway

Westgate Lakes
Magic Tree Resorts
Blue Heron Beach
Blue Tree Resort

Club Orlando
Cypress Point
Diamond Resorts

Kingstown Reef
Legacy Grand
Marriott's Harbour Lake

Sheraton Vistana
Worldmark Orlando
Wyndham Orlando

Timeshare interests in Florida are typically classified as real property, not personal property, and this distinction makes a difference in how the timeshare is conveyed to a new owner.

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