Just one month after Whitney Houston’s passing, the details of her will have been revealed.
The passing on of her estate comes after the late Grammy Award winning singer was found dead at just 48-years-old in the bathtub of her Beverly Hilton hotel room this past February.
According to the songstress’ will, which was first disclosed by “Inside Edition,” Houston has left her entire fortune and all of her possessions solely to her 19-year-old daughter.
While the documents were originally signed in February of 1993, just before the birth of Bobbi Kristina, Whitney’s will was later altered by adding in notes that all of her clothing, jewelry, furniture, personal items and cars would go to her surviving children.
However, all of the fortunes will not go directly to Bobbi Kristina at once, as the “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” hitmaker’s money will be put into a trust to be dispersed to her daughter at ages 21 and 25, before she receives the entire amount upon turning 30.
Others named in the will are Houston’s mother, Cissy, who stands as the executor, as well as her brother, Gary, and sister-in-law, Patricia, who are the trustees.