- Feb 14, 2012
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Hello. My mother has a membership agreement type timeshare in Grand Cayman managed by a US company and I would like to know what language she can place on her last will so that the timeshare remains with the estate and is not bequeath to her heirs (me). The estate assets including house, bank account and cars are already under joint ownership with me and should not be part of the estate at death. I am also the executor as well. The estate will have no assets at death except for the timeshare that is fully paid for. Can the timeshare company sue me? What language can be written to avoid getting sued by the timeshare company fon non payment of maintenance fees after death? Many thanks in advance!! P.S. The agreement mentions nothing of what happens after the owner dies.