Mark Worthley founded Worthley Law after practicing as a Deputy Prosecutor in Indiana for over six years. As a prosecutor, he handled narcotics dealing and possession cases, burglary, rape, arson, gang, firearms, as well as all d-felony, misdemeanor and juvenile cases. He regularly practiced in the courtroom and represented the State in hundreds of trials.
About Worthley Law
As Mark’s career progressed, his desire to open up his own law firm went from an idea to something more. He wanted to help people accused of crimes and with other legal matters as well. In 2014, Mark opened Worthley Law. Mark takes a personal approach to each of his clients. He handles criminal cases, wills and trusts, family law and municipal matters. He also serves as a Porter County Public Defender. Mark tries to answer as many of his own phone calls as he can, so don’t be surprised if you call his office and speak directly to Mark on the first call. He promptly returns calls if he is unavailable. Mark regularly appears in courtrooms on behalf of his clients throughout Indiana. And if you want to meet with Mark – it is no problem to set up an appointment. He routinely makes himself available in the evenings and on weekends.
At Worthley Law, your case really is worth it.
Mark grew up in Central Indiana and earned his law degree from the Valparaiso University School of Law in 2007, where he also met his wife. He is admitted to practice in Indiana and Illinois. Before law school, he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in 2003. During his time at Michigan, Mark lived in Germany for a year, studying at the University in Freiburg. He is fluent in German.
Outside of the office, Mark regularly volunteers in the community. In the past, he has been involved with the Lions Club, the Indianapolis Bar Association, and Big Brothers Big Sisters. Mark completed the Indy Bar Leader Series in 2010. Previously, Mark volunteered with the Whitestown Planning Commission and served as President, where he learned the nuts and bolts of land use, zoning and planning. In addition, he is an Eagle Scout and supports the Boy Scouts of America. Currently, Mark is a member of the Porter County Bar Association and the La Porte County Bar Association.
Mark is married to Tara, and they have a son, Nick. In addition to his family, Mark enjoys living in northwest Indiana, traveling, his two dogs, golfing, trivia, scuba diving, skiing and being a sports fan.