Kirby D. Miraglia serves as counsel to individuals, public entities and private companies in transactional and corporate matters. Miraglia regularly advises individual clients on their estate plans, including the preparation of wills, trusts, durable general powers of attorney and healthcare directives such as the Living Will. Additionally, she advises closely held business owners on the importance of their estate plans as it relates to business succession planning.
Miraglia, who is a member of the National Cannabis Bar Association, also routinely advises clients on corporate matters such as formation and incorporation, governance and operations, and dissolution, while concentrating on mergers and acquisitions on the transactional side. Additionally, Miraglia serves as counsel to a number of county and municipal governments on a variety of municipal law and finance issues.
Miraglia earned her law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, graduating magna cum laude in 2016. While in law school, Miraglia was a member of the Arkansas Real Estate Review and active in the student division of the Pulaski County Bar Association.
Kirby was born and raised in Jacksonville, Arkansas, and still lives there with her husband Noah. They live on 20 acres and are in the process of learning about and starting a garden.
Miraglia is a member of the Arkansas Supreme Court Automation Committee, the Arkansas Advocates for Children & Families Soup Sunday Committee, the Arkansas Bar Association, the Pulaski County Bar Association and the National Association of Bond Lawyers. Miraglia is also a former member and past-president of the Central Arkansas Library Systems Board of Trustees.