About the Firm
On this page, Susan highlights her impressive career. In addition to her many accolades, she was added to Roles of The Law Society of England and Wales. Because of this, Susan can practice law in nearly 40 countries!
Since the late 90s, Susan has been an advocate for abused and neglected children as a Guardian ad litem. She serves as Chairwoman of Hope City United, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to bringing awareness to sex trafficking and healing survivors. If you are on the fence about hiring a timeshare exit company or a timeshare exit attorney, seriously consider giving Attorney Susan Budowski a call.
When booking your free 30-minute consultation on the convenient booking section, you’ll have to list the timeshare company you purchased with and the date of purchase on your phone and email. Attorney Budowski states that she only takes timeshare exit cases that she believes can reach a favorable outcome. Because of this, only about 10% of her consultations become clients.
We appreciate a dedicated page to each exit option. On this page is a bulleted list of reasons timeshare owners seek to cancel their timeshare. For this reason, there are several legal solutions and alternatives to unload a timeshare listed. One thing we’ve not seen previously with other exit companies is that Susan’s firm is able to help with Timeshare Rescission Letters to ensure clear intent that you do not want your timeshare anymore. Try to cancel timeshare easily with seaside, before reading any further.
Sadly, timeshare fraud is alarmingly common in Florida. Here you’ll learn common signs of timeshare fraud and tips to avoid scams. Also, if you are set on purchasing a timeshare but need help reviewing the contract before you purchase, Susan can help you with that as well.
Paid in full
If your contract is paid off and you no longer want your timeshare, Susan suggests reaching out to the developer or association and see if they have a surrender program in place before you give her a call. Thanks for this tip Susan!
The information on this page blew us away! Not only is she transparent about getting out of your contract by other means, but Susan also goes a step further and lists the exact contact information to do this for some of the biggest timeshare developers. Nobody but a person with integrity would offer up this information on their website.
- Wyndham‘s Ovation Program: 866-763-5261
- The Transitions Team at Diamond Resorts: 1.855.342.3689 or Transitions@diamondresorts.com
- The Legacy Program at Westgate: Legacy@wgresorts.com or call 800-351-0461
- Vacation Village: OwnersResolutions@dmresorts.com
- The Horizon’s Team at Orange Lake: 866-228-8689 or directly at 407-477-7058
However, to qualify for some of these options, your timeshare must be paid in full.
Deed in Lieu
A deed in lieu is a foreclosure. If you’ve fallen behind on your payments and cannot catch up, this may be an excellent permanent exit solution without hurting your credit.
Everyone experiences unexpected life events such as a lay-off, medical diagnoses, caring for aging parents, divorces, which could lead to reduced income. These are some of the financial hardships that may qualify you for the release of your timeshare responsibilities.
Here you’ll find the do’s and don’ts when selling a timeshare. For example, some owners will trade their assigned week for the same week in a different location. The downside is that maintenance fees are constantly rising, making it hard for owners to keep up. Although selling your timeshare may be an option, there are as many scammers out there trying to “sell” your timeshare as timeshare salespeople were trying to get you into it in the first place.
- Do watch out for fraudulent sales pitches. People solicit to sell your timeshare will only charge you a fee for listing it on their website.
- Don’t pay upfront fees for your timeshare resale.
- Do hire an experienced timeshare exit lawyer.
- Don’t buy a timeshare without comparing rates and consulting an expert like Susan Budowski.
Timeshare Resale Scams
This page outlines the process by which timeshare resale companies can hurt you. And if you’ve been scammed Susan Budowski, LLC can help.
FAQs: Timeshares and Timeshare Cancellation Rights
This page is full of good points, such as the real cost of timeshare ownership, selling vs. canceling and when is the best time to cancel.
Be wary of hidden timeshare closing costs and processing fees when you’re looking to sell your timeshare. It’s one of the first signs that you’re getting scammed. What a resell scammer does to make you believe they are the best choice and ask them questions.
- How would you advertise your timeshare?
- Ask for references of happy customers.
- Do not ever pay up-front fees to resellers. They should wait until they sell your timeshare to take a cut of the commission.
- Choose a licensed and insured company and ask for those proof of those documents.