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Representación Legal para Tiempo Compartido

Nuestra firma se enfoca en proteger los derechos de nuestros clientes mediante una representación agresiva. Finn Law Group ha logrado resultados prácticos regularmente, oportunamente, contra compañías que utilizan prácticas comerciales injustas y engañosas en contra de los consumidores.
Un abogado para tiempo compartido es necesario en casos cuando la disputa de un consumidor parece estar estancada y se necesita ayuda legal para resolver una disputa o demandar el asunto.

Por qué Finn Law Group

Algo sobre nuestro Departamento de Liberación de Centros Turísticos – Cancelación de Tiempo Compartido…...

Durante los últimos años, Finn Law Group ha desarrollado un enfoque significativo en los clientes que han celebrado acuerdos de compra legalmente vinculantes con un centro turístico de tiempo compartido, y ahora buscan “deshacerse” de él o de alguna manera cancelar el contrato de tiempo compartido.

Reconociendo que un mercado de reventa de tiempo compartido casi inexistente hace la transferencia de tiempo compartido extremadamente difícil, Finn Law Group ha gozado de un éxito significativo en la obtención de la cancelación de tiempos compartidos, utilizando una combinación de negociación directa con el centro turístico, solicitudes estatales y regulatorias, y litigio.

La Experiencia es Importante

Michael D. Finn

Michael D. Finn, Fundador

Michael D. Finn es el fundador de Finn Law Group y ha ejercido el derecho por más de 40 años, trabajando en nombre de los consumidores con problemas de bienes raíces, tiempo compartido y propiedad fraccional. Además, el enfoque de Finn Law Group incluye ayudar a los clientes con modificaciones de hipotecas, defensa de ejecuciones hipotecarias y alternativas de bancarrota.

Michael D. Finn

J. Andrew Meyer, Abogado

J. Andrew Meyer nació en Deland, Florida, en 1970. Se graduó como Bachiller Internacional de la Secundaria San Petersburgo en 1988, y asistió a la Universidad de la Florida, donde se graduó en 1991 con un título en Economía otorgado con altos honores. Andy también asistió a la escuela de leyes de la Universidad de la Florida, recibiendo su doctorado en jurisprudencia en 1995. Mientras se encontraba en la Universidad de la Florida, Andy fue iniciado en Florida Blue Key y en Phi Beta Kappa.


Rick D. Kennedy

Rick D. Kennedy, Abogado

Rick D. Kennedy es un abogado asociado de Finn Law Group, que ha ingresado recientemente al Colegio de Abogados de Florida luego de graduarse de la Escuela de Leyes de Stetson University en 2014, obteniendo su título de abogado. Rick también posee una Licencia actual como Agente de Ventas de Bienes Raíces de Florida, voluntariamente inactiva, que ha tenido desde 2006. Rick trabaja en todos los asuntos de la firma con un enfoque en transacciones de bienes raíces y derecho contractual.


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