Robert Krase went to law school because his Aunt Mary said ‘he argued well so he would make a good lawyer.’ Mr. Krase graduated in the top 5% of his class at Hastings Law School in 1976. After law school Mr. Krase was an associate attorney at firms in the Bay Area and Anchorage, Alaska before becoming chief in-house counsel for the Carpenter’s Trust Fund Corporation in San Francisco. In 1980 Mr. Krase decided to relocate to Springville to live in a rural setting. The Law Offices of Robert Krase were formed and the legacy of hard work, dedication, and vision were formed.
In 1985 Mr. Krase partnered with Porterville native Fred Spallina, and together they founded the Law Offices of Spallina and Krase, a general civil practice meant to help anyone that walked in the door. The firm built a reputation for their commitment and compassion, helping hundreds of people, businesses, non-profits and associations in Tulare County. Sadly, Fred Spallina passed away in 2002, but the firm has continued to grow.
As the new decade emerged, it brought two new employees to the office, Allan Bailey in 2008 and Alexander Reed-Krase in 2010. In addition to their competitive sense of justice and strong reliable representation to clients, these two men brought their love for the community and a rich history of involvement in local organizations like the Porterville Sheltered Workshop Foundation and the Springville Chamber of Commerce. It was only a matter of time before a new partnership was formed.
Today Robert Krase, Allan Bailey and Alexander Reed-Krase offer a diverse set of skills and experience to address most any issue that may arise in the civil law context. They’ve formed Krase, Bailey, Reed-Krase, LLC to bring those skills to each and every case with a focus on providing the strongest and most insightful representation to their clients.