About Reg P. Wydeven

Hoping to follow in his father’s footsteps from a young age, Reg’s practice primarily consists of advising individuals on estate planning, estate settlement and elder law matters. As Reg represents clients in matters like guardianship proceedings and long-term care admissions, he feels grateful to be able to offer families thorough legal help in their time of need.

Pet Protection

One of the aspects I love about my job is that I’m always learning new things. Some of the things are interesting facts, such as the 2015-2016 National Pet Owners Survey that reported that 65% of all American households have at least one pet. In fact, according to the American Humane Association, more households in […]

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Keep Your Charges to a Minimum

I caught an episode of ‘Happy Days’ the other night on cable. Richie, Ralph Malph, Potsie and the Fonz were eating at Arnold’s Diner, the gang’s usual hangout. Looking back at the happy days when I was in high school, Butch’s Pizza was our Arnold’s – we hung out there all the time and ate […]

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Anti-Social Media

A few years ago, I joined Facebook because it was the only way to be alerted to my kid’s practice schedule. Once I joined, I realized it was a unique way to get a glimpse into people’s lives. While my posts are standard Facebook fodder, some people are cool and lead lives made to be […]

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Surcharges are going Viral

Last week, our family was really craving some burgers. So I went to fire up the grill, and we were completely out of propane. I ran to the gas station to swap tanks and realized it was the first time I was in a store since the pandemic started. We’ve used the curbside shopping features […]

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Computer Failed Test

I’ve previously written about feeling bad for two of my nephews who were seniors this year. Because of the virus, they’ve missed a slew of activities, including a graduation ceremony. And they still don’t know if they’ll be able to attend college classes this fall. And just when we thought things couldn’t get worse, they […]

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There’s No Place Like (Nursing) Home

A few weeks ago, my dad started feeling very sluggish and he had lost some strength. His doctor determined his heart wasn’t functioning as well as it could, so they put in a stent. The next day, my dad said he felt like someone flipped a switch, and he has been feeling better and getting […]

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Lawsuits Are Going Viral

It seems like all I’ve been writing about lately is COVID-19, but just like the virus is causing huge changes in all of our lives, it’s making drastic changes in the legal world, too. Like most families, our kids have had numerous events canceled. My daughter was supposed to go to Florida over Spring Break […]

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Ticket Gut-Punched

Like many families during the pandemic, we haven’t been able to attend several events we were looking forward to. My daughter’s spring choir concert was canceled, and her production of the musical ‘Chicago’ was postponed. If they reschedule the show later this year, any previously purchased tickets will still be honored. While the Kimberly High […]

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Zooming to Court

The global pandemic has forced people to change the way they’re doing things, including causing many folks to work from home. Now that list may include Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her fellow justices. Starting earlier this month, for the first time in history, the U.S. Supreme Court began hearing arguments by telephone, as opposed to […]

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Summa Cum Lawsuit

As the world knows, the pandemic and resulting stay-at-home order are a major bummer. My niece was studying for the spring semester in Washington, D.C., but she got sent home early and now is also taking her classes online. Because she couldn’t stay in her student housing, she was hoping to get a refund from […]

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