Very few attorneys in Snohomish County have the knowledge and experience as Ronald F. Chin. Mr. Chin has been practicing in Snohomish County for nearly 35 years and was admitted to the Washington State Bar in 1978. Ronald is a born and raised resident of Snohomish County, having grown up in Everett, Washington, attending Immaculate Conception School and Everett, High School.
Ronald then attended college at Santa Clara University (CA) and then Boston College for Law School. Following his admission to the Washington State Bar in 1981, he clerked for King County Presiding Judge Warren Chan. Upon completing his King County clerkship, Ronald and his spouse moved to Atlanta, Georgia where served as the United States Judge Advocate General Corps. He eventually returned to Lynnwood, WA and opened his original law practice.
Mr. Chin prides himself on being an “old-school” general practitioner. While he has primarily practiced in the area of family law, bankruptcy, and civil litigation, he has also served as counsel in a variety of criminal cases, landlord-tenant disputes, and other civil matters. This gives him a great understanding and a unique approach to all cases.
In his spare time, Ronald can be found serving hungry diners at his restaurant Patty’s Eggnest Mukilteo and hanging out with his favorite little shih-tzu dog Ping Pong. He and his wife have been married for nearly 41 years.
Washington State Bar
J.D. — Santa Clara University School of Law, 1978
B.A. — Santa Clara University, 1975