Keystone is thrilled to announce the recent promotions of Roee Kaufman from Senior Associate to Partner and Casey A. Reagan from Associate to Senior Associate. Since joining Keystone, both Roee and Casey have acquired a significant level of expertise in complex probate matters and have proven themselves to be valuable members of our team and capable of more responsibility.

Roee began his career specializing in probate litigation and civil elder abuse litigation at a smaller boutique law firm, prior to joining Keystone in 2017. Over the last four and a half years at Keystone, Roee has sharpened his experience in many phases of litigation, and has deepened his extensive knowledge of substantive probate law. 

Roee has appeared before courts throughout the State of California and has successfully represented clients in all manner of probate disputes, including litigated estate, trust and conservatorship proceedings and complex estate and trust administration matters. He has also shared his expertise in complex probate matters as a presenter for the National Business Institute (NBI) and has been featured as a legal expert concerning complex probate matters, including complicated conservatorship cases for various media outlets. 

As a UC Irvine School of Law student, Casey worked at the Consumer Protection Clinic under the direction of U.S. Rep. Katie Porter and as a law clerk with the Los Angeles Public Defender. After graduation, he worked as an associate attorney at a civil litigation firm, gathering extensive experience in property damage, product liability, and contract matters. 

Since joining Keystone in 2019, Casey has shifted his focus to probate litigation and administration, quickly gaining an understanding of the legal landscape that shapes the outcome of probate and trust disputes. Casey has assisted clients in obtaining favorable results in their capacities as trustees, beneficiaries, estate administrators, and heirs. Casey has extensive experience litigating cases involving allegations of elder abuse and breaches of fiduciary duty, and has also gained experience litigating cases involving diverse areas of law including adverse possession and characterization of marital property. Casey takes pride in his contributions to Keystone’s track record of success in law and motion work in California courts. 

We are very proud of their accomplishments and looking forward to a bright future. Congratulations Roee and Casey!