My adult stepdaughter is in bankrupt administration (for a $20,000 debt and discharge up to 2034, in 20 years time). She is a joint beneficiary of my home under my late husband’s Will that bequeaths 45% title share to his two adult daughters from his previous marriage and 10% to me. The Bankruptcy Trustees have expressed interest in her share. As stated in the Will, she will not acquire the property until my death. I have sole Life Tenancy and the right to use the home as I wish while I am alive; to rent or to sell and buy another home with the proceeds of the sale. Question: As there is no present entitlement for the bankrupt to realise her inheritance now from the sale of my current home, my main concern is to ascertain what practical problems will be created by the involvement of the bankruptcy Trustee when I next choose to move and sell my home to buy another, e.g. How could this affect the Contract of Sale that previously would have been signed by the three of us as sharing the Title. Can the Trustees realise her share/Title or demand monies be paid out of the sale proceeds before she realises her inheritance on my death - as I require all monies to repurchase. Can the Bankruptcy Trustee lodge a Caveat or transfer her Title or share of Title? This would add so much complication as the bankruptcy is for $20,000, so much less than her share of Title.