Whitney Houston left everything to her 19 years old daughter, Bobbi Kristina.
The will of Whitney Houston does not mention specific goods, but all her furniture, clothing, personal effects and jewelry are inherited by her children. Bobbi Kristina is her only child.
Inside Edition network wast the first to announce Whitney Houston’s will, which was read in Atlanta on Wednesday. Whitney Houston’s money will be put in a trust fund. Bobbi Kristina will get some of them when she turns 21 and then she will get more when she turns 25. She will get full access to the funds when she turns 30.
Houston’s curators will be able to give money to Bobbi Kristina for different purposes, including school tuition, to purchase a house or to start her own business.
Whitney Houston signed the will on February 3, 1993, almost one month before Whitney Houston gave birth to her daughter.
Whitney Houston died at the age of 48, on February 11, 2012, in California.