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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

What Can It Cost to "Get Out" of a Timeshare?

Bought directly from a resort, a timeshare can cost between $20,000 to $40,000, or more – and that’s without the burden of special assessments or annual maint...

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What We're Reading - "BBB Warns Consumers of Timeshare Advertisement Scam"

There are timeshare units in tourist destinations across the nation – and because of this, predatory timeshare practices know no borders. They can cross state...

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Class Action Litigation: A Savior for Trapped Timeshare Consumers?

We all know a little bit about class actions. Over the years, many of us have probably received a letter or postcard advising us that we may be potential clas...

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What Happens to a Timeshare In a Divorce?

Timeshare marketers are often quick to target newlyweds on honeymoon, luring them in with the promise of an affordable lifetime of vacations. But when the hon...

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How Do I Get Out of My Unwanted Timeshare Contract?

There are countless reasons why consumers may want to exit their timeshare obligation. Perhaps they feel overwhelmed and trapped by rising annual maintenance ...

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Some "Timeshare Tips" From the BBB

Whether you’re considering purchasing a timeshare interest or an owner eager to leave an obligation, the timeshare industry can seem daunting, confusing, and ...

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There are so many places across America and around the world rich for exploration and discovery that it can be hard to know where to start. Why not kick off y...

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What Does a Mortgage Look Like After Bankruptcy?

  Timeshares are an expensive proposition, often costing consumers $20,000 to $40,000 or more. And that’s before factoring in ongoing costs, including consiste...

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Who Is This Property Owner’s Association to Whom I Pay My Resort Maintenance Fees?

An area often “glossed over” by timeshare sales staff during the purchase process is the maintenance fee obligation, which is included within the purchase con...

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Recent News

What Do Past Clients Have to Say About Finn Law Group?

Though it may have been pitched as a lifetime’s worth of affordable vacations, a timeshare obligation can quickly become a lifelong burden for many consumers...

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What We're Reading - "Orlando Timeshare Fraudster Sentenced to 9 Years"

Timeshare consumers eager to cancel or resell their contracts are a prime target for scammers; we’ve seen this egregious timeshare sales scam crop up again an...

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What We're Reading - "What This $79 Billion Industry Can Teach You About Selling…

The timeshare sales presentation can be a stressful, high pressure scenario for buyers and sellers alike. It’s a unique “hard sell” that has earned the indust...

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What We're Reading - " Fighting Back Against the Fine Print"

Earlier this year, we used this space to discuss new rules against forced arbitration proposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), which would...

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What We're Reading - "Does Timeshare Need A New Act To Attract Millennial Buyers…

At Finn Law Group, our team tends to look at the timeshare industry through the lens of consumer protection and advocacy, but there are many other sides and o...

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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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