The times they are a-changin’


— To borrow from Bob Dylan.

I recently received a postcard from my alma mater pointing out how things have changed for those of us who graduated 40 years ago. Thought you might enjoy seeing some of the ways “then” (1970) compares to “now.”

Then… Now…
Yearbook Facebook
Zits Age Spots
The Weathermen Global Warming
Keggers Microbreweries
Vietnam War Iraq War
Long Hair No Hair
Curfew Asleep on the Couch
Overactive Hormones Viagra
Freshman Studies Book Clubs
Walter Cronkite Jon Stewart
Thunderbird Pinot Noir
Typewriters Laptops
Hall Telephones Cell Phones
Mini-skirts L.L. Bean
Marijuana Nicorette
The Stones The Stones… Okay, some things never change.

Emily Fey

On a more personal note, things have recently changed at the law firm as well. As of this week, the name of our firm has changed to Swendson/Fey Law Ltd. I’m happy to announce that Emily Fey has been promoted to shareholder. Emily has been practicing with me since 2004 when she graduated from Drake University Law School in Des Moines. Tony Menting is no longer with us and is now practicing with a firm in Madison. We wish him well.

Emily focuses primarily on estate planning, probate and trust administration, and family and asset protection. You cannot find a more diligent and caring attorney. Her clients, supporting paralegals and the probate court staff in the surrounding counties all adore her. They know that she will do whatever it takes to get the job done right.

I founded this firm in 1982 with the goal of rethinking the way law was traditionally practiced by employing the latest technology and organizing the firm to focus on the needs of clients. Swendson/Fey Law Ltd. continues to be committed to providing creative solutions to our clients’ unique circumstances, and to being professional, courteous, and compassionate advocates for all our clients.

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