Wills & Estate's

TW Law Group, PLLC is aware that everyone will pass away someday and it is important to be prepared. This includes designating beneficiaries, managing your assets, gifting whatever you wish to your loved ones, and so on. Our Team will want to ensure that you have a secure plan in place in case an emergency does occur because people unexpectedly die or become incapacitated every day. If you or a loved one passes away or becomes unable to communicate, the estate plan which TW Law Group, PLLC helps to create will determine the course of action that should be taken. In addition to serving Orlando Florida, we also serve cities surrounding Winter Park, Ocala, Windermere, and Melbourne Florida.

Terms to know

Routine Probate Administration

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is emotional and difficult. The process of grieving can be trying and draining. The process of resolution and the process of settling the decedent’s financial affairs make it no easier, but the two are often inseparable. Our clients so frequently find themselves facing an inevitable process, which they must endure nonetheless. All Heirs and creditors alike, have something to gain or lose from this process.

Probate, or estate administration, is the broad term we apply to a variety of procedures used to gather a decedent’s assets, pay their debts and transfer property to their beneficiaries or heirs. The variables of an administration of a decedent’s estate are how long will it take and how much it will cost. These variables can fluctuate dramatically depending on the facts and circumstances, which are unique to each case.

Dependent administrator – the legal representative of an estate. They are usually appointed when the Decedent died without a will. Like an independent executor, they collect all of the Decedent’s assets, resolve proper debts and distribute the remaining assets according to the laws of intestate succession. With a few exceptions, a dependent administrator acts almost entirely under the probate court’s control. Like independent executors, dependent administrators are required to prepare an Inventory, Appraisement and List of Claims, and file proof of required legal notices to creditors. Unlike independent executors, they must obtain approval to sell estate assets. They also must file annual accountings and request court approval to close the estate and distribute the estate to the heirs.


Probate Estate – all of the Decedent’s assets that are subject to his or her last will and testament.

Non-Probate Estate – all of the Decedent’s assets that pass by written contract–assuming the Decedent named a beneficiary–to the persons designated. Bank accounts, investment accounts, life insurance policies, and retirement accounts are common non-probate assets. When properly executed, the written contracts for these accounts allow them to pass to the persons designated by the Decedent, without regard to a will.

Beneficiaries – those persons who are entitled to receive the Decedent’s estate under the Decedent’s last will and testament (and any applicable codicils, which are amendments to a will).

Heirs – those persons who are entitled to receive the Decedent’s estate under the laws of intestacy (the law that applies in the absence of a will).


Real Estate Lawyer

Why choose TW Law Group, PLLC, PLLC as your Real Estate Lawyer in the State of Florida, including Orlando Florida? Our Team is ready and equipped to deal with, the nuances, complexities, and technicalities of the various legal disciplines, which is typically a challenge to the ****** Lay Person. Recently, we sharply focused our law practice on real estate because this is what we love.

We have slugged in and out of real estate disputes (representing Plaintiffs and Defendants), and obtained court victories and settlements in real estate-related lawsuits. We represent numerous real estate professionals, and have counseled brokers, realtors, developers, title companies, and investors. Finally, we are to add that we have a list of satisfied clients and with them, you will understand the competitive advantage our firm offers.


A wrongful death is defined as the loss of life to a person as a result of another’s actions. Whether the act was intentional or unintentional is of no consequence. If an individual or entity causes harm to another person and the injuries sustained result in that person’s death, then the individual may be held liable for wrongful death. A wrongful death claim has no correlation with criminal action, meaning that even if the defendant is cleared of criminal charges, the victim’s family may still be able to pursue civil action for wrongful death.

Though pursuing a lawsuit will not bring your loved one back, the TW Law Group, PLLC will ensure that those responsible are held accountable for their actions. Our team of wrongful death attorneys can help relieve the financial burden placed on you and your family by passionately seeking the justice you deserve.


A wrongful death claim may be filed against anyone or any institution that was legally at fault for a person’s death. This can include:

• Medical Institutions
• Government Institutions
• Companies
• Individuals

Whether it’s a car accident or a medical malpractice suit, the surviving family members or other real parties in interest may file a wrongful death claim in behalf of the deceased to cover pain and suffering, medical expenses, funeral expenses, and lost wages.

Standing Up for You Against Insurance Companies

Insurance companies often attempt to obtain the lowest settlement possible It’s important to have a law firm on your side who knows how to deal with insurance companies, what to expect, what questions to ask, and ways to approach certain scenarios to provide the best outcome for you, the client. The wrongful death attorneys at TW Law Group, PLLC will do everything in their power to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

Consult a Wrongful Death Attorney Today

TW Law Group, PLLC, PLLC is knowledgeable of wrongful death litigation cases and will fight for you. We offer our legal services on a contingent fee basis, in most cases. This means that we only get paid if you do. Since our success is dependent on your success, you can rest assured we will work hard to ensure you are represented fairly in court.