Todd Worthley has practiced law for more than twenty years, representing clients throughout Oregon. In 2010, the St. Andrew Legal Clinic chose him as its Volunteer of the Year. Todd Worthley holds membership in the Oregon State Bar Association, including the Family Law section, the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives, and other professional organizations. Todd Worthley grew up in New Hampshire and then moved to Eugene, Oregon. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at the University of Oregon, with a Minor in English Literature, and gained admission to the Phi Gamma Mu National Honor Society. He subsequently pursued a law degree at Vermont Law School. During his first year, he earned the American Jurisprudence Award for legal writing. Later, he interned for the Vermont Attorney General's Office and served with the South Royalton Legal Clinic. Upon graduating with his Juris Doctor in 1991, Todd Worthley returned to Oregon and opened his own practice in the Portland area. He serves clients throughout Clackamas, Washington, and Multnomah counties. Approximately half of Todd Worthley's legal practice is devoted to family law litigation. His focus on family law issues include divorce, legal separation, child custody, restraining orders, step-parent adoptions, and property division. He also offers assistance with Social Security disability claims, third-party injury cases, and automobile accidents. He has been admitted to practice in the Oregon state courts and the United States District Court for the District of Oregon. Outside of his work in the legal field, Todd Worthley donates his time to many charitable causes. He has volunteered at the Oregon Food Bank, the St. Vincent De Paul Society, and the Oregon Special Olympics. He has also coached baseball, basketball, and football through organizations in Tigard, Oregon, where he lives with his wife and two children. In his spare time, he enjoys outdoor pursuits such as hiking, camping, fishing, canoeing, bicycling, skiing, and snowshoeing.