Paul Walker
U.S. actor Paul Walker smiles during the premiere of the movie "Fast and Furious 4" in Taipei, April 15, 2009. Reuters/Nicky Loh

Actor Paul Walker, who died in a Nov. 30 car crash, reportedly left his entire $25 million estate to his teenage daughter, Meadow Walker.

A copy of Walker’s will has been obtained by TMZ, which states that his estate will be inherited by Meadow, 15.

Walker’s father, Paul Walker III, filed the will and testament with a California court on Jan. 28. He also petitioned for the actor’s mother, Cheryl, to be named Meadow’s guardian. The will was prepared in 2001, the same year Walker starred in the first “Fast & Furious” film.

According to reports, Walker wanted his mother to be his daughter’s guardian as well as guardian to the $25 million estate that he left for her.

Meadow currently lives with her mother Rebecca Soteros, but it is unclear if she would approve of Cheryl being Meadow’s guardian.

E! News quoted a source saying, “She is with her mother and is back to normal, spending time doing her schoolwork and being with friends.”

In December, Meadow’s grandfather, Paul Walker III, reportedly said: “Meadow’s taking it really tough, but there again, she has family around her and some very, very loving friends and everybody they’re all close. There’s a lot of hugging. A lot of hand-holding. Wonderful people coming telling us how sorry they are.”

Walker, 40, and his friend Roger Rodas died in a fiery car crash in Santa Clarita, Calif., northwest of Los Angeles, when the Porsche Carrera GT they were in collided into a tree and a light pole.

The “Fast & Furious” actor reportedly left nothing to other members of the family, nor to his girlfriend, Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell.

An initial hearing is scheduled for Feb. 20 in Santa Barbara County Superior Court.