|MO||Good Standing, Active||2011||03/19/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Deans List||Westminister College||2006|
|Studen Government Representative||Westminister College||N/A|
|Adjunct Professor||MidAmerica Nazarene University||N/A|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Missouri Bar||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Webster University||N/A||MBA - Master of Business Administration||2008|
|Westminster College (Fulton)||History||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2006|
|Oklahoma City University School of Law||Law||JD||N/A|
Posted by Justin
Mr. Wideman represented me well for the first 13 months of my case. In his last 60 days of service before leaving the company early in July, he failed to complete a Form 14 (child support) and also did not submit a Parenting Plan as he was supposed to do. The lack of a correct Form 14 resulted in at least a $45 a month additional in child support not owed. Opposing counsel filed a motion to enforce the agreement, both parties made on the record after 60 days of no response or work product from Mr. Wideman. As such opposing counsel's Form 14 and Parenting Plan were entered in judgement despite them not conforming to the agreement already on the record verbally. He has a good personality and I believe is genuinely a nice person but lacks in communication, organization and dependability. His inexperience is evident in these areas. I would not recommend Mr. Wideman.
Posted by Karen
Matt kept me informed of the entire divorce process and encouraged me not to worry about it. He assured me that he would take care of it and he did as he said. It was a difficult time for me and he took a lot of the stress off by being so straight forward and prompt. I really appreciated his professional approach and results.