In October 1995, Mitchell, a 17-year-old married minor, was injured in an auto accident while riding in a car owned by her father and driven by her husband. Subsequently, while Mitchell was still 17, she signed a release with State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. to settle her bodily injury claims for $2,500. No guardian or conservator was appointed at the time Mitchell signed this release. Mitchell then claimed that the release was voidable because she lacked capacity at the time she signed it. State Farm argued that the release was enforceable because she was married at the time she signed it. Will Mitchell be able to disaffirm the contract?