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Whitney Houston has left her only child and true love, Bobbi Kristina, everything she possessed.
The 19-year-old who outlived her mother will inherit all of the “I Will Always Love You” singer’s money, clothing, cars, household items and all other personal belongings, according to Inside Edition.
The money will go into a trust until Kristina turns 21. She will have access to more of that money when she turns 25, and the remainder of the lump-sum will be given to her at age 30, according to Us Weekly.
Inside Edition was the first to obtain a copy of the 19-page document and is reporting that Cissy, Houston’s mother, is the executor and her brother and sister-in-law are the trustees.
Initially, the will was drafted in 1993 with revisions made in April of 2000. Although she was married to Bobby Brown the last time she made changes to the document, he is said to be mentioned in the will, but left with nothing by the musical icon.
E! Online is reporting Cissy is in charge of letting Kristina withdraw any other necessary funding for obligations such as college tuition, a home, and business costs.
Kristina will open up for the first time since her mother’s sudden and untimely death to long-time friend, Oprah Winfrey, on her show, Oprah’s Next Chapter, set to air March 9 at 9 p.m. on OWN.