"Many is the custody case which almost seems to outlive the parents .... To remedy this problem, many members of the legal profession advocate greater utilization of arbitration to include determination of child custody.' As state courts struggle to incorporate and interpret the Uniform Arbitration Act ("UAA") into child custody case law, the Dick case stands as the latest decision demonstrating the advantages and pitfalls of using binding arbitration to resolve custody disputes.



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