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1980s

BUILDING A FOUNDATION

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.

1980s - 90s

GROWING AND ACHIEVING

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.

2000s

A NEW ERA

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.

2010s

FURTHER SERVICE TO SOUTHERN TULARE COUNTY

Robert Krase employed Allan Bailey and Alexander Reed-Krase as associates. During this time, their practice offered a diverse set of skills and experience to address most issues that brought to them in the civil law context. In 2015, the attorneys formed Krase, Bailey, Reed-Krase, LLP to bring their skills to every case they handle with a focus on providing the strong and insightful representation to their clients.

2020s

A BRIGHT FUTURE FOR OUR CLIENTS

Robert Krase passed away in March 2022, but he left a legacy of hard work, zealous advocacy, creativity, and attention to detail that served his clients well through his professional life and one that the attorneys at Krase, Bailey, Reed-Krase, LLP build upon now. It is our continued pleasure to provide our clients with exemplary service to help each reach their goals.

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