Divorce is something that happens daily all over the world, although it’s not something that people like to talk about, its out there and can affect people financially as well as emotionally.

When the decision of divorce has been made, there are so many things that need to be discussed, whether it be to make arrangements for the children, the house or even your timeshare. Divorce is an emotional and stressful time for everyone involved, even if it is on amicable terms.

Timeshare can be a financial burden for anyone under normal circumstances, but when going through a divorce both parties can be affected and it can get messy for your divorce settlements.

There are many people out there who love their timeshare and use it every year, so what happens to your timeshare when divorce is on the cards? Well, just like your home, the bills still need to be paid, you both may still want to keep holidaying there, you may both decide it’s time to get rid, or there may be one of you who decides to keep it going.

Whatever the decision, Timeshare Advice are here to help you with your decision. We can not decide for you, but our friendly Advisors are here to help guide you the best they can.

If you both decide to keep the timeshare and share it between you, Great!
Now all you have to do is decide who will use it when, how you will split the maintenance fees and if you still need the same size unit. Neither us here at Timeshare Advice or your timeshare resort can get involved in the decision making for you, you need to be able to do what’s best for your situation.

Timeshare Advice have heard from many divorced clients who have come to visit our offices, who have admitted the sharing decision didn’t work out as they hoped it would.

Maybe one of you decided to keep it going alone, as you love it there so much. Again, that’s great, you still get your holidays. However, have you noticed how expensive it is paying those maintenance fees alone? Maybe you decided to go and seek help from your timeshare company, but they weren’t able to deal with you because, both names are still on the deeds. Maybe you just can’t face going back there anymore as its something you shared together and it now seems too lonely?

This is another problem that has arisen many times, and will continue to arise in the future.

However, deciding in the beginning to exit your timeshare, could save you both a lot of time, money and stress. Whether you are already divorced or are starting proceedings, Timeshare Advice can arrange a meeting for you both to join. Our Advisors deal with all the paperwork and stress of exiting your timeshare contract for you, so you don’t have to.

Contact us TODAY for free advice on 0800 0124683 or at www.timeshare-advice.co.uk

By getting in touch with us you are on your way to freeing yourself of that unwanted ownership and making this difficult time a little easier.