A timeshare deed will accurately convey your interest in the specific unit, interval, percentage, and/or other inventory control criteria to ensure that there is no ambiguity in what timeshare interest is being transferred. We will also coordinate with the timeshare company to accept your deed after it is recorded. This usually requires an additional form and, sometimes, an additional fee.
- Retrieval of the current deed
- Drafting the new timeshare deed
- Preparing the conveyance tax form
- Coordinating signatures
- Coordinating with the timeshare company after recording
This DOES NOT include the State of Hawaii filing fees, conveyance tax (if applicable), or timeshare company fees, which must be paid separately prior to recording your documents.