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Hello and welcome. I am working on your answer and will be right back!
If you deeded it to her and were no longer an owner, I see no basis for their claim for payments.
On her passing, her estate would take over the debt, so the creditor should be pursuing her estate, not you
I assume when you deed it over, this was permitted by the time share contract.
You can raise that with them and they should be pursuing your ex, not you, as you transferred title, are not the owner, and have no assets they can reach.
Kindly let me know if that is fast and acceptable.
I am not giving mixed answers. From what you provided your ex would be liable. If ex passed, the estate is liable. If estate has no assets, the creditor cannot collect and has to close the account, normally taking back the time share.
Is that clearer? If you have any follow up, please reply and ask.
awaiting your reply, thanks.