Q: I need a real estate lawyer familiar with Mexican Timeshares to review a contract I was offered to buy my timeshare.
I am a senior and would like pro bono advice about the contract as well as review my timeshare documents.
A: I'd be happy to review this for you. But I'll tell you that very few of these are legit. If they are offering to pay you substantial money for a timeshare in Mexico, it's probably a scam. Don't wire or send any money until you have an attorney review the agreement.
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