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.

When Life Hands You Lemons

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about Ander Christensen pleading with the Lincoln, Nebraska, City Council to pass an ordinance prohibiting boneless chicken wings from being referred to as boneless chicken wings. In his impassioned speech, he explained that the food in question contained no wings, so they should be referred to as nuggets […]

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Not What They Had in Mind

The last six months have been a struggle for most people on the planet due to the COVID-19 virus. Things have been tough physically, emotionally and spiritually, but also financially. Thankfully, in March, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act. The $2.2 trillion economic stimulus bill included $300 billion […]

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Just Wing It

Governments at all levels – federal, state, county and municipal – have their hands full these days. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage on, governmental bodies are wrestling with mask mandates, in-person schooling and possibly revisiting stay-at-home orders. Questions about the effectiveness and timeliness of mail-in votes may undermine our democratic election. But the […]

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We Need More Proof

A few weeks ago, I wrote about the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s warnings about some hand sanitizers containing toxic ingredients, such as methanol, which can be deadly. Well, now the FDA has updated their list of hand sanitizers to avoid by including some that seemingly aren’t deadly enough. In their most recent release, the […]

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This Cleanliness is Definitely Not Close to Godliness

I just heard a news story about men arrested in South America for transporting illicit substances into the U.S. Many Americans have ingested the substance, leaving many of them ill and killing seven. Upon hearing this, I immediately thought of ‘Scarface,’ the 1983 gangster movie starring Al Pacino as Tony Montana, the title character. An […]

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Target Practice

Last week I wrote about the increased use of drones during the pandemic – you might say they’re flying off the shelves. Drones can handle multiple tasks that, if performed by a person, would require close interaction – something that is problematic if we’re trying to social distance. Drones are being used to deliver groceries […]

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Use of Drones During Pandemic Takes Off

Unfortunately, while many, many businesses have suffered during the pandemic, others have prospered, such as toilet paper and hand sanitizer manufacturers. Another industry that is enjoying a boon is the drone business. Flying a drone is a great way to overcome boredom while staying at home and social distancing. But in addition to personal use, […]

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Unsafe Safety Measures

One of the TV shows I occasionally like to watch is ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.’ Surprisingly, the show is about to earn the title of the longest-running live-action comedy series in television history. The show, which premiered on FX in 2005 but now is on FXX, follows a group of friends known as “The […]

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Behind the Mask

For the first three months of the pandemic, I worked from home to reduce the risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19 to my coworkers and clients. Starting in mid-June, I began working a few days a week in the office to sign documents with clients. We meet in a large conference room so we can […]

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Baseball’s Back – Guaranteed!

The pandemic has been difficult for so many reasons, but it appears that a little bit of normalcy will be returning this summer – Major League Baseball! When the pandemic first hit, MLB suspended its season. Since then, team owners and the players’ association had been trying to negotiate the terms of a shortened season. […]

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