Lucy Warwick-Ching is the communities editor, in charge of developing the FT's commenting strategy. She writes a column called Family Money and edits the weekly Your Questions column.
Previously Lucy was the personal finance digital editor. She produced the FT Money Show podcast, coordinated FT Money’s digital output and wrote for the weekday newspaper and FT.com.
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I am relying on the inheritance money to pay for my eldest daughter’s university fees.
Commenters discuss how they think the virus has been handled and share how they have been affected
Could transferring a rental property to a company allow us to avoid the charge on the purchase of our own home?
Survey reveals a split between those who favour reducing inequality and those who fear penalising savers
I bought my flat five years ago and don’t see eye to eye with the person who holds the freehold
Some rich celebrities and entrepreneurs have found it just as hard to get along with their spouses in lockdown as anyone else
We delayed our summer wedding plans at the start of lockdown
I found the process very complicated, so it’s possible I made errors in haste
We haven’t been able to sell her house since her death last year
I would like everything to stay in the family, going to my daughter and her children
Pros and cons of going for a high street provider versus a newer bank
I would like them to gift back the dividend income from the shares
My husband and I have divorced and are selling our house and flat
Some yields still remain attractive even after changes, analysts say
Banks are unfairly blaming victims for fraud losses, according to a new report
My son is divorcing and I’ve been asked to disclose how much the capital sum is worth
I’ve moved out of London and want to invest the equity I’ve released for the long term
The FT’s Lucy Warwick-Ching answers your questions
Women more likely to take unpaid leave from work to care for children
Reforms ‘to give peace of mind to many’ will be backdated to January 31 2020
My UK employer’s human resources team says it could have an adverse impact on the tax I pay
Number of contested wills at an all-time high as rising house prices and complex family structures drive competing claims
We have a town house and a place in the country but no other substantial assets
The FT’s Lucy Warwick-Ching and Emma Gill, director of divorce and family law at Vardags, will answer questions at 12pm GMT on Wednesday July 15
We relocated back to the UK so our son could attend a school that has now been forced to close