Ronald L. Finck

Vice President of the Board of Directors

(717) 231-5237 | Fax: (717) 236-1816


  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Dauphin County Bar Association
  • Lipsitt Inn of Court


Whether representing businesses or individuals, Ron Finck finds fulfillment in his legal practice by guiding clients through the complex legal system. His goal is to not only obtain a fair result for his clients, but also helping to improve the legal system.

Ron concentrates his practice in general litigation and handles civil and commercial matters. He routinely handles difficult estate and fiduciary administration disputes. Ron is also well versed in real estate and land use litigation, landlord and tenant disputes, and a diverse array of other legal matters.

Prior to joining Mette, Evans & Woodside, Ron interned for the Pennsylvania Senate Judiciary Committee in the Office of the Judiciary Committee Chairman, the Honorable Stewart J. Greenleaf and in the Pennsylvania Attorney Generals Office under the leadership of Attorney General Michael Fisher.


  • Penn State Dickinson School of Law, J.D.
  • Clarion University of Pennsylvania, B.A.

Court Admissions

  • Pennsylvania Bar
  • U.S. District Court Middle District of PA
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA
  • U.S. Court of Federal Claims

Articles & Media

How to Contest a Will and Win in PA

How to Contest a Will and Win in PA

If there’s a glaring problem with a will, and you wish to contest it, here’s what you should know. Learn more from Mette Evans & Woodside.

Landlord Tenant Disputes

Attorney Ronald L. Fink handles a wide range of Pennsylvania commercial legal matters and landlord tenant disputes. Learn more about how he assists clients with landlord tenant disputes.

Estates & Trusts Fiduciaries

Estates & trusts fiduciary disputes are complicated issues that require expert consultation. Attorney Ronald L. Finck discusses the areas he focuses his practice on and the clients he represents.

Untangling Joint Ownership of Real Estate

Untangling Joint Ownership of Real Estate

It is not uncommon in the farm community for real estate to be owned jointly by two or more owners.  Many times, parents will transfer their real estate to more than one child as part of their estate and farm succession plan.  Joint ownership of real estate often presents unique problems for the joint owners.