Zibilla is a Little Rock native who attended undergraduate studies at Smith College in Massachusetts and abroad at the University of Nairobi in Kenya, East Africa. After working in New York City she attended the City University of New York School of Law (CUNY Law) and obtained her JD in 1998. Has practiced in Hawai`i and Vermont, before returning home to practice here in Arkansas.
Zibilla has clerked for the national office of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), been the Legal Services Director for a network of domestic violence organizations, and was licensed in Hawaii as both a CASA and a child abuse/ neglect attorney ad litem (AAL).
Years of experience with abuse cases makes her uniquely qualified to handle not only civil orders of protection and DHS parent counsel cases, but to also integrate the themes of abuse and neglect into other cases such as divorce and guardianship. In addition, her personal experience with alcoholism and longterm recovery/ sobriety gives her an authentic perspective when helping clients who struggle with forms of addiction themselves, or whose family members do.
ZIbilla spent has spent the last several years in Arkansas heading up Family Law Litigation for another local firm before deciding to start her own practice and forming Z Wolfe Law. Z Wolfe Law allows Zibilla to capitalize on the special skills, background, and perspective that she brings to the Arkansas legal community.
Z Wolfe Law has a holistic approach to their cases that put clients first!