Many clients own timeshares in other states. This can create a problem at death of "ancillary probate" in the destination state. It can also create a problem for your Executors in selling the time share (usually pennies on the dollar). Certain heirs won't use the timeshare but will owe maintenance fees if they keep them. It may make sense to sell or gift any timeshares you are not truly using during life to simplify your estate for your heirs.