Hi, I was divorced in 2005 and the timeshare property was ordered to my ex-wife. I was ordered to provide the deed signed which I sent to her attorney.
- 13 years later, 2018, I was contacted by the Timeshare property saying I owe $13,000 and then a collections company saying I owe $18,000.
- I have paperwork showing her attorney saying thank you for sending the paperwork over, but obviously it was never completed.
- I had my credit report dinged but more importantly, I do not want to find out I am getting foreclosed on.
Is my only option to take my ex-wife to court? Am I now responsible for the monies owed because the Timeshare and collections agency say the court order holds no legal standing as far as they are concerned? Please let me know the next steps.
Thank you. Larry
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