If I stop paying on my time share, can the company take me to court? or can I just file for bankruptcy?

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When I purchased the time share, my husband & I were both working, now my husband is ill and we can not afford to pay for it any longer. How can I deal with that legally?

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Robert Jason De Groot

Answered 1 year ago

If you stop paying they can take you to court. You can file bankruptcy, but would need to speak with an attorney about it in order to figure out which chapter, 7 or 13 that you need to file. As long as the income is less than around $52000 per year for a family of two in Florida, you can file a chapter 7.

Andrew Bresalier

Answered 8 months ago

Most timeshares have out of court provisions in the purchase agreement that contractually permit the revision of the property. If that is not the case, yes they can take you to court. If you qualify and file a Bky, it could discharge the debt, but they may still have to foreclosure subsequently, to clear title.