Attorney at Law

Ron A. Soriano, Jr. is a seasoned attorney who has been practicing in Western Washington for almost a decade.  He brings passion to the office and courtroom, representing clients seeking a lawyer they can trust to take their most important issues and represent them with integrity and reliability.

Ron Soriano Jr. began his legal experience in California.  After attending the University of California, Los Angeles (Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, June 2002), he went on to graduate  Whittier Law School (Juris Doctorate 2005).  He moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2010 where he has remained, being admitted to the Washington Bar (2010).  He is a member of the Hispanic American Law Student Association, Vietnamese American Student Bar Association, Asian Bar Association of Washington, Filipino Lawyers of Washington and the Grays Harbor Bar Association, where he served as Treasurer (2013-2014).

Ron incorporates his broad experiences to effectively relate with his clients he represents in criminal charges, all family law and domestic matters and immigration. Ron’s desire is to bring the best results to fathers, mothers, husband, wives, children, defendants, immigrants and businesses in our communities.

Ron’s ease of relating brings a calm assurance to his clients as he represents their interests in Western Washington counties and area tribal courts.

Currently, Ron manages Soriano Law LLC in Montesano, Washington and are focused on cases like Divorce, Driving Under Influence (DUI) and Domestic Abuse.

Ron is fluent in the Tagalog language and knowledgeable in basic American Sign Language.



Associate Attorney

A transplant to Washington from Idaho, James attended Seattle University School of Law, graduating in 2018. He passed the bar and is licensed in the State of Washington, and joined Soriano Law Firm in December 2019 performing criminal defense work in Grays Harbor County. He has experience in low-bono legal aid outreach such as the Moderate Means Program. Interests include literature and exploring the Pacific North West.


Due to Covid pandemic, the office can be reached via its mobile at (360) 742-2817.