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Meryem Kahloon focuses her practice on Family Law. Strong families are the backbone of society but unfortunately, divorce and custody disputes disrupt a family and are particularly hard on children. She went to law school because she wanted to advocate for children in difficult situations. By helping families transition through a divorce or when they have to co-parent, she can help provide stability and lessen the negative impacts of these events.
Ms. Kahloon approaches legal issues on a case-by-case basis. Although the same law may apply to multiple cases, the unique facts of a case can change the outcome. She enjoys getting to know her clients as people and helping them navigate the difficulties of parenting and divorce in the best way possible.
She is always looking for ways to build and revive her local community and help those who are often overlooked and underserved. To further her goal of helping children, she has volunteered as a Court Appointed Special Advocate and served on the Kentucky Panel for foster care. She has also served as board member of Louisville Islamic Center of Compassion and Guiding Light Islamic Center, taught English to refugees, and hosted a monthly soup kitchen at D’Nalley’s. She also volunteers at her child’s school.
Ms, Kahloon is driven by a passion to help others on a career and personal level. Her personal experience and cultural background have provided her a unique perspective on family law. She wants her clients to go to sleep at night with peace of mind, knowing they have an advocate looking out for their best interests. She will always be available to discuss whatever issues they may encounter and together, she is confident that they will find a solution.
Previously, she was a staff attorney in Division Three (3), Jefferson Family Court. This opportunity allowed her to experience the justice system firsthand, learn its inner workings, and gain valuable insight into judicial decision-making processes. During her law school tenure, she had the opportunity to practice as a student attorney for survivors of Domestic Violence at the Robert & Sue Ellen Ackerson Law Clinic. She also served as an extern at the Indiana Department of Child Services. These experiences allowed her to pursue her passion of helping both children and survivors of domestic violence. She also gained international experience at the Federal Ombudsman Office for Protection of Women in the Workplace in Islamabad, Pakistan.