It’s too late for arbitration

The litigator I have been working with determines that taking action against the Seller for real estate fraud is not a problem, even with the Disclosure Waiver. However, during the purchase process, the Seller also asked me to agree to arbitration, which my realtor also coached me into. My particular agreement only allowed me to approach the Seller with disputes within 24 months from purchase.

In other words, if I had taken action sooner, I would have been able to make 1 claim against the Seller. However, I would never have been able to dispute every item, as some of them were not discovered until more than 24 months after purchase.

I am infuriated that I had been given bad advice by my realtor and bad legal advice by previous attorneys.