Anthony Menting is a partner in Stafford Rosenbaum’s Madison office. With an honor’s degree in mathematics, Tony is able to complete complex analyses regarding the multitude of issues present in divorce actions. Tony’s practice focuses on divorce, mediation, and estate planning. He is extensively familiar with business valuations, property division, child support, maintenance, child custody, and child placement. He also has experience with wills, revocable trusts, and powers of attorneys, as well as gift and marital property planning. Lastly, Attorney Menting has experience with litigation in all areas of family, trust, and probate disputes. Within this practice, Attorney Menting highlights the importance of children’s needs, practical solutions, and quality client experiences. Tony has expertise in managing the even more complex tax and financial issues that arise during a divorce, including issues regarding valuations, the needs of business owners or their spouses who are divorcing, and structuring outcomes that minimize adverse tax or lending consequences.
Reg P. Wydeven is a partner at McCarty Law LLP in Appleton. As he had always hoped, Reg was lucky enough to follow in his father’s footsteps by practicing law at the firm and advising individuals on estate planning, estate settlement and elder law matters. His dad, Dennis, retired from McCarty Law in 2004 and the two worked closely in these areas until that time. Reg assists clients and is a frequent speaker on matters such as estate planning, special needs planning, long-term care planning and asset protection.
Reg has been honored as a “Rising Star” for his work in elder law and also received the local “Future 15 Young Professional Award.” He also writes a weekly FYI column for The Post Crescent, which provides legal commentary on a wide array of topics including estate planning, product liability, investments, and unconventional legal news.
Reg was raised in Kimberly, and lives in the childhood home of his wife, Mary, two doors down from where he grew up. They have two children, Ebben and Matthew. Little-known fact: Reg graduated from law school with the 14th Dalai Lama in 1998 when the University of Wisconsin Law School awarded him an honorary degree.