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.

Vaccination Hoops

The NBA season is almost ready to tip off. I can’t wait to see the Bucks defend their championship and hopefully repeat! Brooklyn Nets fans, however, argue that there should be an asterisk next to Milwaukee’s title. Superstar James Harden missed the first half of the second-round, seven-game playoff series due to a hamstring injury, […]

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These Criminals Are Going to Fry

Criminals are almost universally looked down upon for violating the law. They are justifiably punished by having to pay fines, being incarcerated, or both. They have a permanent record that is a black mark that follows them forever. But every once in a while, a criminal is revered for being an outlaw. Robin Hood, Burt […]

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Dying to Read It

During my career, I’ve either read or drafted thousands of wills for clients. There is one will, however, that I’m dying to read, simply because I can’t. This past spring, Prince Philip died at the age of 99, just two months shy of his 100th birthday. While I’m not particularly a follower of the Royals, […]

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Anarchy in the Magic Kingdom

Biopics about musicians seem to be all the rage lately. Last year ‘Rocketman’ about Elton John and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ about Queen were released. ‘Respect’ about Aretha Franklin is due out this year, while Elvis, Whitney Houston, The Bee Gees, Boy George and Bob Dylan will be the subjects of several rumored upcoming biopics. Streaming services […]

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The Eye of the Beholder

This comes as no shock to folks who have read previous articles, but when I was a kid, I collected lots of Star Wars toys and other merchandise, including trading cards and comics. Even less surprising, I never ‘outgrew’ those things – I still read the comics and look at the cards. And sometimes play […]

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye

Kanye West is an interesting cat. He continuously makes headlines for his high-profile marriage, and now divorce, with Kim Kardashian, interrupting awards shows to voice his disagreement with the declared winners, running for President, and his stream of consciousness tweets. His unorthodox behavior sometimes detracts from his remarkable success. West is one of the world’s […]

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Whose Team Are You On?

Like most Wisconsinites, I’m excited about the Brewers’ lead in the NL Central and hope they can make another long playoff run. I’m also pumped for Badger football to return and to see if they finish first in the Big Ten West Division, as predicted. At the same time, I can’t wait for the Packers’ […]

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Delayed Delivery

“Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” Many people believe this is the official motto of the U.S. Postal Service. In fact, the quote comes from ‘The Persian Wars’ by Herodotus, who wrote about the diligence of Persian mounted postal couriers […]

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Back-to-School Checklist

Like Christmas, the back-to-school season seems to creep up faster every year. While you might be focusing on more typical school supplies for your college student (like a new computer, clothes, dorm supplies, etc.), don’t forget about the legal issues a new school year can bring. Remember, though they’ll always be our kids, we don’t […]

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Your Liver is Grateful

When World War I broke out in Europe in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson pledged neutrality and tried to keep the U.S. out of the conflict. But after Germany sank several American merchant ships, killing their passengers and crew, Wilson asked Congress for “a war to end all wars” that would “make the world safe for […]

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