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Legal Timeshare Representation

Our firm is centered around protecting the rights of our clients through aggressive representation. The Finn Law Group has regularly achieved practical results, in a timely manner, against companies who use unfair and deceptive trade practices against consumers.

A timeshare lawyer is needed in cases where a consumer dispute appears to be at an impasse and legal assistance is required to resolve the dispute or litigate the issue.

Why Finn Law Group

A Word about our Resort Release-Timeshare Cancellation Department...

Over the past several years, Finn Law Group has developed a significant focus on clients who have entered a legally binding purchase agreement with a timeshare resort and now seek to “get rid of” or in some manner, cancel their timeshare contract.

Recognizing that the nearly non-existent timeshare re-sale market makes timeshare transfer extremely difficult, Finn Law Group has enjoyed significant success in obtaining timeshare cancellation, utilizing a combination of direct resort negotiation, state and regulatory filings, and litigation.

Experience Matters

Michael D. Finn

Michael D. Finn, Founder

Michael D. Finn is the founder of Finn Law Group and has been a practicing attorney for over 40 years, working on behalf of consumers with real estate, timeshare and fractional ownership issues. In addition, the Finn Law Group’s focus includes assisting clients with Mortgage modifications, foreclosure defense and bankruptcy alternatives.

Patrick Kennedy

Patrick Kennedy, Associate Attorney

Patrick Kennedy is an associate attorney for the Finn Law Group, having recently passed the Florida Bar after graduating from Stetson University College of Law in 2012 while earning both a law degree and a Master’s in Business Administration. Patrick works in all matters for the firm with a focus on Fair Debt Collections and Consumer Protection Violations.
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J. Andrew Meyer

J. Andrew Meyer, Associate Attorney

J. Andrew Meyer was born in Deland, Florida, in 1970. He graduated with an International Baccalaureate Degree from St. Petersburg High School in 1988, and attended the University of Florida, graduating in 1991 with a degree in Economics awarded with High Honors. Andy also attended law school at the University of Florida, receiving his juris doctorate degree in 1995. While at the University of Florida, Andy was inducted into Florida Blue Key and Phi Beta Kappa.


Rick D. Kennedy

Rick D. Kennedy, Associate Attorney

Rick D. Kennedy is an associate attorney for the Finn Law Group, having recently passed the Florida Bar after graduating from Stetson University College of Law in 2014, earning a law degree. Rick also holds a current, voluntarily inactive Florida Real Estate Sales Associate License, which he has held since 2006. Rick works in all matters for the firm with a focus on real estate transactions and contract law.


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Learning & News

Recent Publications

Are Timeshare Trial Programs Worth It for Consumers?

Say you’ve been lured into a timeshare sales pitch by pretty advertising or through the promise of a free gift, maybe even cash money. You’ve adamantly turned...

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What is the FDCPA? What Does It Mean For Consumers?

Signed into being in 1978, the Federal Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) is an extremely important piece of consumer protection legislation, the inf...

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How Much Can My Timeshare Maintenance Fees Go Up Each Year?

The American Resort Development Association (ARDA), the trade association that represents the timeshare industry, defines timeshare maintenance fees this way:...

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An Open Letter to the American Resort Development Association (ARDA)

In this newer era of social responsibility and fair dealing, which ARDA (American Resort Development Association) and its members subscribe to, I consider it ...

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Navigating a Timeshare Sales Presentation

We’ve used this space to talk about the way that timeshare developers market and sell their wares before, but there’s one topic that we haven’t yet really add...

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What Do Timeshare Owners Have to Say?

Our main focus here at Finn Law Group is fighting on behalf of the consumer against companies using unfair or deceptive trade practices. In recent years, one...

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Things to Know Before Buying a Timeshare

For many consumers eager for a less-expensive vacation option, timeshares are appealing – particularly after a three- or four-hour sales presentation, which c...

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What is the FTC?

  As a firm focused on consumer protection, the attorneys of Finn Law Group are consistently asked about matters that fall under the jurisdiction of the Fede...

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Surveying Administrative Remedies for Timeshare Consumers Seeking Relief

A survey of administrative remedies (and some non-administrative ones as well) for timeshare owner consumers to consider if they are seeking relief This arti...

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Recent News

What We're Reading - "FTC Alerts Telemarketers and Consumers of Illegal Payment …

Whether you’re a consumer looking to protect yourself from scammers or a legitimate company trying to do honest business, there are some important new telemar...

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What We're Reading - "Avoid Vacation Scams"

As we’ve mentioned before, the summer travel season here in Florida has a tendency to draw out scams and deceptive business practices. As an interesting edi...

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What We're Watching - "Watch Out for the Free Gifts at Resorts"

It’s one of the most time-honored tactics in the timeshare marketers’ playbook: Luring naïve, unsuspecting, or overconfident vacationers into a sales presenta...

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What We're Reading - "Ex-board president owes Waikiki timeshare owners $5.7M…

  Imagine paying up to $400 a night for a Hawaiian timeshare unit, only to find the space full of dilapidated furniture, cheap art, and short-circuiting electr...

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What We're Reading - "Summer Travel Season Brings Out Scammers"

The summer months see millions of Americans packing their bags and taking to the highways or airports to start some much-needed vacations. According to the B...

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What We're Reading - "CFPB Moves Against Forced Arbitration in Financial Industr…

Consumer protection advocates have long railed against “forced arbitration” clauses, which are binding agreements forcing consumers to waive their right to ta...

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What We're Reading - "Largo Travel Agent Accused of Selling Fraudulent Cruise Vo…

Another week, another fascinating piece of consumer protection news unfolding in our home state. A Florida woman is facing charges for allegedly selling frau...

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What We're Reading - "Brexit: How Would It Affect the Timeshare Consumer?"

We tend to think of timeshares in terms of how they impact consumers in the United States, particularly in our home base of Florida. But the timeshare is a wo...

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What We're Reading - "WinCorp Platinum Managers Charged With Theft, Forgery…

In what is an all-too familiar story for those of us who follow the timeshare industry, two Wisconsin men have been charged with theft and forgery in connecti...

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