Whitney Houston had a very close relationship with daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, and made sure that she would be well taken care of if anything happened to Houston by leaving her everything from her estate.
Brown, who just turned 19, will inherit all of Houston's money and property, including clothing, furniture, jewelry and cars. The estate will be held in trust until she turns 21 and receives her first payment. She will receive another payment at age 25 and the balance on her 30th birthday, several media reports said.
The will, filed in Atlanta, was amended on April 14, 2000 and appoints Houston's mother, Cissy Houston, as the executor, and her brother Michael and sister-in-law Donna as executors. Bobby Brown, Houston's ex-husband and father to Bobbi Kristina Brown, is mentioned in the will, but receives nothing. The will was obtained by Inside Edition.
Houston, 48, died on Feb. 11 in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on the eve of music's biggest night, the Grammy Awards. Her daughter is schedule to Oprah on OWN at 9 p.m. EDT March 9.
The court papers didn't estimate the size of Houston's estate. Houston's Mendham Township, N.J., mansion went on the market last week for $1.7 million.