Heath Ledger's family quickly responded to rumors on Saturday that his daughter, Matilda Rose, would not be provided for after his death.

In a will he drafted in 2003 and filed in his native Australia, the actor left everything he owned to his parents and three sisters, the New York Daily News reports.

Matilda is our absolute priority and Michelle is an integral part of our family, Heath's father Kim Ledger said in a statement. They will be taken care of and that's how Heath would want it to be.

According to documents filed in Manhattan Surrogate's Court, Ledger had less than $145,000 in New York assets at the time of his Jan. 22 death, including about $100,000 in bank accounts, a $25,000 Toyota Prius and $20,000 in furniture and fixtures.

The document leaves everything to his father, mother and sister, Kate.

The Australian actor, 28, was found dead January 22 in a Manhattan by his housekeeper. He died from an accidental overdose of prescription drugs.

Ledger latest work was The Dark Night, a sequel to 2005's Batman Begins that recently finished filming in which he stars as the Joker. Other film credits included The Patriot in 2000, Monster's Ball in 2001 and I'm Not There in 2007.