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In cases of physical violence and marriage, victims of domestic violence will further require the assistance of attorneys and other legal professionals. Abused partners may wish to take out restraining orders, file for divorce, file for sole custody of children, and file for other legal proceedings. Mazur and Aldrich believe the need for domestic abuse victims to have access instantaneously to legal advocates is paramount to independent living and personal safety. They write:
"Victim safety is the true cornerstone of domestic violence courts. Every victim should be given immediate access to an advocate who can provide safety planning and explain court procedures. Comprehensive victim advocacy should include long-term services as well as access to counseling, job training, immigration services, child services and other programs aimed at improving self-sufficiency." (Mazur, Aldrich, 2003)
One technology that could serve current victims of domestic abuse who seek services could be a mobile phone application for smart phones. This application could be akin to Google Maps, but for domestic violence service centers. An abused partner could use the application, input her or his residential address, and then the application could map out where
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