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Old 07-29-2017, 02:20 PM
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You will know it's 'binding' arbitration as the decision rendered by the arbitrator is final... or if the decision the two of you arrive at, during the arbitration, is final.

You will be told it is binding by the arbitrator at the start of the proceeding. If not make sure you ask your lawyer or the arbitrator. Typically the arbitrator will start off by asking both parties if they agree that they agree to 'binding' arbitration.

If your lawyer did not explain this to you then I would not be surprised if you are, once again, wasting your time and money (like mediation, 4-way meetings, etc.).
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