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What is involved in the arbitration process?

The process is highly flexible and will differ depending on the circumstances of the dispute. Generally, parties will have an initial meeting with the arbitrator to enable the arbitrator to get an understanding of the issues in dispute and the assets available for distribution. Following that, in stages within a set timeframe, parties will present their arguments and evidence to the arbitrator. This process usually ends with a hearing in which the arbitrator may ask questions and clarify points on the arguments and information submitted by both parties.

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