Hilton Head and Myrtle Beach timeshares in South Carolina are quite abundant. Charleston’s timeshare population is increasing, but at a snail’s pace. Hilton Head continues to develop timeshares at a neck breaking pace, including Palmera/Coral Resorts, Spinnaker, Hilton, Marriott, and Bluegreen.
Joe DuBois and Zach Naert, the two partner attorneys at Naert & DuBois, on Hilton Head Island and with a satellite office on Myrtle Beach, often consult with victims of timeshare scams on a daily basis, multiple times a day, and have done so for more than five years.
We offer free consultations so that people can learn their rights and know their options. We always prefer to address any dispute directly with the timeshare developer, sales company, or owners’ association. However, failing informal communications and unlike a timeshare exit company, filing a lawsuit is also an option.
We are South Carolina licensed attorneys, and we have filed lawsuits against South Carolina timeshare companies on Hilton Head and Myrtle Beach on dozens of occasions, in federal court, state court, magistrate’s court, and private arbitration. We have also prevailed in a timeshare lawsuit in the South Carolina Supreme Court.
Contact us today to learn your rights and your options concerning your South Carolina timeshare and for a no charge consultation. We do offer telephone consultations for out-of-state timeshare purchasers.