If you’re looking to find a timeshare exit lawyer, this is where to start. First, “timeshare law” is not recognized as an area of specialty—such as tax law or medical malpractice—which makes it difficult to find the right lawyer to represent you in your timeshare exit. You want to find a lawyer well versed in contract law and who has experience with timeshares. In short, you want a lawyer with both timeshare and contract law experience
Second, beware of companies that position themselves as “advocacy” groups or “consumer protection” groups and have “attorneys on staff”. If an exit company has “attorneys on staff”, it has legal counsel–you don’t. You want an attorney with whom you have a letter of engagement; one who works directly for you and has a fiduciary and ethical duty to act in your best interest.
To learn about Newton Group’s unique exit process that combines experienced exit services with personal legal representation, read “The Story of Our Law Firm–Why Newton Group Partners Co-Founded DC Capital Law”