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In relation to the specific questions you raise:
1. It appears this would be referring to a risk assessment. However, if social services have concluded that there is no further action/role for them then this makes no sense. I would suggest that you refer back to social services in person and see what they have said - it may be that your ex's solicitors are over playing this somewhat.
2. Family courts in the UK are not interested in polygraphs/ lie detectors. It doesn't sit well with judges and is not something that you are going to be able to find support from the court with I'm afraid.
I trust this answers your questions?
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I can't give a timescale for HWF applications I'm afraid. It shouldn't be too long though. Normally 1-2 weeks is fairly common.
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No this is unusual. It obviously casts doubt the reliability of any allegations if they aren't consistent between reports to place/ SS/ solicitors.
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