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.

Strike up a Union

This year was a big year for Ivy League hoops. First, Yale won their conference tournament to earn a bid in the NCAA tournament where the 13th seeded Bulldogs upset the Auburn Tigers. Even more shocking, however, was how Dartmouth ended their season. The Big Green went 2-12 to finish 8th in the conference and […]

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Get Yer Heat On!

As I’ve previously mentioned, last fall, five buddies and I went to Las Vegas to celebrate us all turning 50. After studying several YouTube tutorial videos, we tested our luck at the craps table and had so much fun. Since I won’t be going back to Vegas anytime soon, if I ever get the gambling […]

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Fake It ’til You Make It

Earlier this spring, a lucky resident of New Jersey won the $1.13 billion Mega Millions lottery. After taking out taxes, the grand prize got paid out in a one-time cash payment of $537.5 million. In the lead up to the big drawing, Georgia Lottery President and CEO Gretchen Corbin, lead director of the Mega Millions […]

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Smokers’ Wild

Last fall, five buddies and I went to Las Vegas to celebrate us all turning 50. We had an absolute blast, including having fun in the casinos. When entering the casinos, I was on sensory overload from all the bright, flashing lights and loud sounds. I was then immediately overwhelmed by the smell of smoke. […]

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Ink on the Brink

When my dad was a teenager and in the Marine Corps, he got a tattoo of a seahorse, the logo for the U.S.S. Princeton, the aircraft carrier he was stationed on. He paid 80¢ for it. My dad was lucky – a lot of the guys’ tattoos got infected, but his did not. When I […]

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Tough Conversations

It’s that time of year again – I just filed my taxes and can breathe easier knowing my financial health is in order. But, it’s also the time of year to ensure my actual health, and specifically my health care wishes, are in order. April 16, the day after the deadline for filing taxes, is […]

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Bare Necessities

The Bill of Rights are the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, which add specific guarantees of personal freedoms and rights, clear limitations on the government’s power in judicial and other proceedings, and reserves all powers not specifically granted to the federal government to the states or the people. In essence, the Bill of […]

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Aw, Rats!

A few years ago, my son and I went to Chicago for one of his volleyball tournaments. After a long day of games, we headed to Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria for some Chicago-style deep dish. On our way back to our hotel, what I thought was a small dog crossed our path, only it had a […]

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C is for Congress

When I was little, I loved ‘Sesame Street.’ While the hilarious Muppets helped me learn my ABCs and how to count, they also influenced me in other ways. Bert inspired my love of argyle socks. Kermit inspired my love of journalism. And, of course, Cookie Monster inspired my love of cookies. Well, apparently Cookie Monster […]

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