Whitney Houston has left everything in her estate to her daughter, Bobbi Kristina. As stipulated in the singer’s will (which was filed on Wednesday in Georgia), Bobbi Kristina will receive all of Houston’s money, furniture, clothing, personal effects, jewelry, and cars. Houston’s fortune (though how much of it was left after years of debt is unknown) will be placed in a trust until her 19-year-old daughter turns 21; she will receive more money when she turns 25, and the rest when she is 30.
Houston’s mother Cissy was originally named as Executor in the will, but she renounced the appointment. Whitney’s sister-in-law, Patricia Houston, was then appointed as the sole administrator of the estate.
Houston’s will was signed on February 3, 1993, before Houston gave birth to her daughter. It was amended in 2000 when she was still married to Bobby Brown. (Brown was mentioned in the will, but will receive nothing.)
Head to Inside Edition to see a portion of the 19-page document. And watch Bobbi Kristina’s exclusive interview with Oprah Winfrey on March 11 on OWN.