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In divorces and dissolution of marriage, a Florida timeshare is awarded to one spouse. The award is the result of either a judgment from the court or marital settlement agreement approved by the court. The judgment or marital settlement agreement states who gets the timeshare, but not how the transfer is to happen.
To remove a former spouse, the former spouse must signsa deed conveying his or her interest to the owning spouse. This deed is often referred to as an inter-spousal deed. Deed and Record prepares the deed and records the deed with the Clerk of the Court in the County where the vacation resort club is located.
The recorded deed is returned to the customer by Deed and Record. The timeshare owner then provides a copy of the recorded deed to the Vacation Resort Club to update their records. The resort will usually charge the timeshare owner a fee to update the resort’s accounting records.
Until the non-owning ex-spouse is removed as owner, he or she remains liable for property taxes and maintenance fees and has access to the timeshare. Until a recorded deed is provided to the resort company both spouses are liable for the expenses and are able to make reservations.
The non-owning, ex-spouse is motivated to transfer his or her interest to avoid future liability for property taxes and maintenance fees. The ex-spouse awarded the timeshare is motivated to take full ownership to use, sell or gift the timeshare. Deed and Record makes these transfers happen.
This press release is provided by Mark W. Bidwell.
Company markets timeshare title transfer services through websites, primarily www.DeedAndRecord.com. Deed and Record provides change in timeshare ownership in California, Hawaii and Florida. Office is at 18831 Von Karman Avenue, Suite 270, Irvine, California 92612. Phone is 949-474-0961. Email is Mark@DeedAndRecord.com.