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.

Virginia Fireballs

Last year, my daughter and my nephew went to Summerfest to watch “Mr. Worldwide” Pitbull in concert. Born Armando Christian Pérez, Pitbull has sold over 25 million albums and over 100 million singles worldwide. He has over 15 billion views on YouTube and has won 35 Billboard Latin Music Awards. The kids loved the concert, […]

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Free Bird

Mike Tyson took the boxing world by storm when he knocked out Hector Mercedes in his first professional fight in March of 1985. Kid Dynamite’s ferocity in the ring had not been seen before. Unfortunately, Tyson was ferocious outside the ring as well. In 1988, Robin Givens cited spousal abuse when she filed for divorce […]

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Refreshing Verdict

When I was a kid, I remember watching commercials featuring Anita Bryant touting Florida orange juice, who told consumers that OJ “wasn’t just for breakfast anymore.” Known as ‘The Sunshine-Tree Girl,’ Bryant was the spokesperson for Florida Citrus from 1968 to 1980 and appeared in 86 TV ads. Her campaign was so successful that when […]

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Clothing, Clothing, Wherefor Art Thou Clothing?

As a high school teacher in the English Department, my sister has taught ‘Romeo and Juliet’ more times than she can count. Probably every American kid who ever went to school had a unit in English class on Shakespeare and most likely read ‘Romeo and Juliet.’ The old style of English used in his writings […]

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Hot Water

When I was a kid, my parents liked listening to Dean Martin. Dino had a beautiful, laid-back voice and sang numerous classics. He also had impeccable comedic timing, which is why he hosted his own variety show on NBC from 1965 to 1974. As the ratings for his show started to decline, NBC retooled it […]

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Failure to Warn

Our family had a wonderful Thanksgiving this year. Not all families were quite as lucky, however. Take, for example, the former employees of United Furniture. According to the Winston-Salem Journal, at 12:42 a.m. on Tuesday, November 22, just two days before Thanksgiving, the company’s board of directors sent out emails and texts to all of […]

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A Rose by Any Other Name

The “Clear Craze” was an odd marketing fad from the 1990s. Apparently, transparency equaled purity. Colored toilet paper ended and was just sold in white. Deodorants and shaving cream came in clear gel. Even electronics, like the Apple iMac and the Nintendo Game Boy, came in clear, plastic cases so you could see the components […]

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High Karate

We’re just about to hit the busiest time of the year for traveling. Tons of people will be going home to visit loved ones for the holidays, or will be headed somewhere tropical to get away from the cold during the holiday break. While I really never thought about it, I guess ninjas have to […]

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Instant Au Gratin-fication

This year, our family had a truly amazing Thanksgiving. My mom, along with my mother- and father-in-law came to our house for a cozy meal. We had all the traditional fare: a big turkey, stuffing, cranberries, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole and gravy, along with some pumpkin pie for dessert. As we were […]

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Wheel in the Sky

Def Leppard was an awesome ‘80s band, whose anthem ‘Rock of Ages’ was actually turned into a musical featuring tons of hits from other hair bands. The song begins with lead singer Joe Elliott declaring, “It’s better to burn out than fade away.” The line was borrowed from Neil Young’s ‘70s hit, ‘Hey, Hey, My, […]

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