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.

Lawsuit Opens Doors

As a kid, one of my favorite comic book superheroes was Daredevil. Daredevil’s alter ego is Matt Murdock, an attorney in New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen who typically represents the little guy against big businesses, many of which are owned by Daredevil’s nemesis, the crime boss Kingpin. As a youth, Matt pushed an elderly man […]

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Photo-bomb

This year our family went to San Francisco over Spring Break. We made some truly awesome memories: we visited Alcatraz, we went to Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39, we rode on trolleys and we spent an unbelievable day with my cousin by taking a boat ride on the bay followed by dinner at her yacht […]

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Free Parking!

When I went to Madison for law school, it was hard for me to get used to the sheer number of people there. Traffic was crazy, and so was parking. I was used to parking on the street in front of an establishment or in a nearby parking lot – for free. In Madison, however, […]

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School’s Out Forever!

Last month my buddy, Jon, and I visited Riverview Middle School in Kaukauna on Career Day to talk about how to become a lawyer. We explained that after graduating from high school and then college, you need three years of law school. To get admitted, however, you need to take the Law School Admissions Test. […]

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Trouble Brewing

Last week I wrote about Pabst creatively interpreting the law to make whiskey, which would otherwise have to be marketed as moonshine, by running it through a barrel for five seconds. Sometimes a beer company’s creativity can get it in trouble, however. If you’ve watched any of the NCAA tournament this year, you’ve probably seen […]

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A Litany of Booze

Well, now that the Badgers have been bounced in the first round of the NCAA tournament, I can focus my sports attention elsewhere. The Milwaukee Bucks have been exciting to watch this year, as they won the Central Division for the first time since 2001 and currently have the best record in the NBA. As […]

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Me Fail English? That’s Unpossible

I went to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire for my undergraduate degree. I loved my four years at UWEC. Not only did I earn my degree in History which allowed me to go on to law school, but I also learned responsibility. Going off to college, for the first time I had to do my […]

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Defective Earplugs? Shoot!

A couple times a year our office celebrates “lunch-n-load.” This consists of us grabbing a few pizzas and heading over to a local firing range, like Trigger Action Sports or Down Range. Thankfully, a few of my co-workers are very experienced marksmen, and they, along with the helpful staff at the range, give us rookies […]

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College is Expensive, But Not This Expensive

Unless you’ve lived in a cave the last few weeks, it’s been difficult to avoid the story of Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, who were two of 50 people charged for participating in a college admissions cheating scandal. Dubbed “Operation Varsity Blues,” the investigation by the Justice Department resulted in its largest-ever college admissions prosecution, […]

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Make a Federal Case Out of It

When I was in law school, I would look forward to coming home from class every day to unwind in my apartment. The first thing I would do was check my mailbox to see if I got a letter from my then-girlfriend now-wife. I would usually get a letter from her about once a week. […]

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