what efforts have you made thusfar to list your timeshare for $1 to attract a buyer to take it over from you?
you are far more likely to find success in finding a buyer legally if you invest that $1000+ dollars you were going to spend on an upfront fee company....into covering the closing costs and or prepaying next years maintenance fees to make the ownership truly "Free" for someone to take off your hands.
even with the "relief" companies, their method of success comes with them taking a % of the money you pay them upfront and using that to cover closing costs and adding a "free visa gift card" on top to sweeten the deal and make that interval stand out among all the others being offered for free by owners desperate to sell.
if you have not attempted these suggestions, you are doing yourself a huge disservice and just prolonging your ownership.
I'd be willing to bet that there is not a single licensed attorney even remotely associated with this "Resort Legal Team" (or with most other such outfits).
Desperate people may want to believe otherwise, but the simple fact and truth is that there are no magic beans or secret processes or magical elixirs to "get someone out" of a valid, legally binding contractual obligation. The various " escape / relief" parasites exist to take peoples' money --- and for no other reason.
It's not surprising that new parasite names pop up each fall (shortly before maintenance fee bill issuance) when some may be more vulnerable to get "played".
There is an old saying that "A fool and his money are soon parted". Please --- don't be someone who continues to prove that old saying to be absolutely true.