Colorado moms tackling family court reform one child at a time.

Moms Fight Back’s mission as a 501(c)4 is focused on the common good we can accomplish as women and moms. Currently, we are focusing our efforts on family court reform.


Each year, approximately 58,500 children who seek protection from abuse through the U.S. family courts are ordered into the custody of a violent or sexually abusive parent. When a parent is accused of child abuse by the protective parent the abuser gains full or partial custody 90 percent of the time. The people who are supposed to be protecting these children (judges, custody evaluators, court appointed specialists, social workers) are failing miserably.


"A mother's love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity; it dares all things and crushes down remoreslessly all that stands in its path."
Agatha Christie



Stay up to date with MFB as we push forward proposed legislation for family court reform in Colorado.

Connect with other moms, share your story, and join the conversation over on the MFB Facebook page.

Check out our blog for stories from other MFB moms, helpful resources, and ways to advocate.




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