It is Mariah Dylla Gardiner’s ability to apply a creative approach to every case that makes her more than able to deal with virtually any situation. She will always want the best results for her clients. Which is why Mariah Dylla Gardiner made sure she had more than enough education to help her in any situation. That education started when Mariah Dylla published an article for the prestigious Concord Review while she was still in high school. It continued when she obtained an undergraduate degree cum laude in French from Portland State University. She then continued on to the University of Utah law school, where she earned her Juris Doctor law degree.
These days, Mariah Dylla Gardiner has extensive family law experience under her belt, to go along with her education. Mariah understands all too well how emotionally difficult domestic law matters can be, if not handled properly, which is why she always applies all the skills she's gained over the years to the family law matters she faces. In addition to law, Mariah Dylla once curated an oral history museum exhibit telling the story of underground uranium miners in northwestern New Mexico. To get that exhibit open, she interviewed hundreds of miners and used what they told her to tell their whole story in the context of the Cold War.