Aaronson Law Firm

Aaronson Law Firm

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Austin Neil Aaronson

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Timeshare, Consumer Protection
We have Attorneys and Support Staff who are solely dedicated to cancelling your timeshare contract

Austin has over twenty-five years in representing clients in contract related disputes, including timeshare cases. He has the highest ethical rating through Martindale-Hubbell©. He graduated with... (more)

Timeshare ownership often feels like entrapment. At the Aaronson Law Firm, we know this because we hear our Clients’ stories. They all seem to describe an enticement they were offered, such as a free water park ticket or a discounted hotel rate. All they had to do to receive their reward was to sit through an hour long presentation. But the hour long sales pitch became an all-day ordeal, with hour after hour of high pressure sales delivery made while trapped in a small room. This would be followed by rapid-fire signings of ‘routine’ closing documentation as the salesman riffled through page after page of the contract.
Our Clients describe the rude awakening they felt when the first bill came in the mail, followed by the inevitable frustration of actually trying to book their vacation, only to receive notification that they did not have enough points, there were unpaid fees, or many other excuses.
But chances are good that your timeshare developer is exposed legally in ways that are relatively straightforward and provable. You owe it to yourself to hire experienced, competent counsel. At the Aaronson Law Firm, we have over 80 years of combined legal experience. And we are willing to sue, if necessary, in the interest of getting your timeshare cancelled.

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"This law firm was honest and transparent throughout my entire legal process. They thoroughly explained step by step what was happening with our case, and full resolved it which is the best outcome after all. They are all friendly and up front and have years of experience to help you with your issue. I highly recommend them to anyone who is suffering as we were with trying to deal with a timeshare that they would not let you out of no matter what the circumstances!"

  5 months ago     Jenn Buck


"Very pleased with a successful and well done work on my behalf. My experience working with the team was superb. The team included me in every step of the way and consulted me prior to executing any step and ensured I understood all steps and potential consequences. In addition, they kept good communication with me and showed sincere care and professionalism during our correspondences. This made me feel a part of the team and in good hands. Overall, my experience with Aaronson was comfortable and great. I would highly recommend Aaronson to be anyone's advocate. Many thanks to the team and a job well done!"

  8 months ago     M H


"Attorney Austin Aaronson helped our family rescind a timeshare contract after almost 3 years. My wife and I were informed by the timeshare that they would assist with resale. This was not the case later after assistance was requested. We were told to check the proverbial small print. We felt had and sought help. Attorney Aaronson took our case when others would not and terminated our relationship with the timeshare in less than 6 months at a reasonable price. He and his assistant were in-touch regularly and my wife and I were provided an honest assessment of our situation and status throughout the experience. I highly recommend Attorney Aaronson for his quality of service, honesty, and ongoing communication throughout our experience."

  1 year ago     Dave


"Thank you. It's a relief to not be under their thumb any more. We have purchased a Class C Motor home which will be our 'vacation home' from now on. I trust you'll have plenty of other couples that need relief from the timeshare corporations."

  11 months ago     Bruce M


"Our case was handled very quickly. We purchased the timeshare in July 2014 and had discovered inconsistencies between the presentation and reality. After trying to work with the company to resolve these concerns, we decided to pursue legal action. I found the office online and called them in Sept 2014. The office was very knowledgeable about the timeshare company we were having issues with and there were no delays in rescinding our contract. The entire process took less than 60 days, which is in line with what we were told. My only suggestion would be for better communication. Since everything is handled through email or via the phone and not in person, more updates and status reports would be helpful. There is nothing worse than not knowing how the process is going. Other than that suggestion, we were very pleased with the process and would definitely recommend the office to anyone else who is sucked into a misleading timeshare purchase. The team was very professional and the cost was reasonable. We are very grateful that we found the law office online and that they specialize in timeshares."

  1 year ago     Matthew Binet


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