Annulments: Ending a Marriage That Should Never Have Been

For a variety of reasons, you may realize that your recent marriage was a mistake. Perhaps you are underage, or you were married under duress. In these situations, it is important to seek counsel from an experienced family law attorney who can discuss the option of having your marriage annulled. This means you will essentially declare your marriage "void," as if it never occurred.

At the Law Office of Todd R. Worthley, we can help you understand your options and explain the annulment process.

Attorney Todd R. Worthley has more than 15 years of experience in Oregon family and domestic relations law. He has helped several people throughout Portland and the surrounding areas dissolve their marriages through legal separation, traditional divorce and annulment. We provide a caring, honest approach to legal counsel, and will help you make the right decision for you.

Emphasis on Meeting Your Specific Needs

Our firm is dedicated to helping those who are seeking an annulment based on a variety of circumstances:

  • One party was underage and could not legally marry or it was inappropriate to marry
  • One party did not have the legal capacity to marry (divorce was not finalized, for example)
  • One party was coerced into marriage
  • One party was mentally ill or otherwise lacked the mental capacity to agree to the marriage

Call 503-575-9708 or 888-589-0671 to Talk About Annulments

There are many legal issues in determining whether an annulment is warranted. If you are considering having your marriage annulled, talk to a marriage annulment lawyer who understands all the issues and can provide honest counsel and guidance throughout the process. Contact the Law Office of Todd R. Worthley, in Portland, Oregon, today.