2180 W. State Road 434 Suite 6136
Longwood, FL, 32779
At the Aaronson Law Firm, we take tremendous pride in what we do. Our dedication to the cause of obtaining meaningful relief from your timeshare obligation is our highest priority, because our credibility and licensure depends on it. And it doesn’t hurt that we truly believe in the propriety of what we’re doing.
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.
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 a B.S. with honors from the University of Florida in 1982, and a J.D. from Stetson University College of Law in 1987, Florida’s first law school. For the past twenty-eight years, he has practiced contract litigation, with a particular emphasis on timeshare legal disputes. He is married to Kay Aaronson, and together they have three children.