Details into Whitney Houston's last will and testament have finally been revealed. According to Inside Edition, the document was written in 1993 and leaves all the late singer's worldly possessions to her only child, 19-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina. This includes all of Houston's money, furniture, clothing, personal effects, jewelry, and cars.
But Kristina won't receive all of her mother's money right away nor all at once. The money will be placed in a trust until Bobbi turns 21. She will then receive money gradually: more when she turns 25 and the remainder when she turns 30.
It was also discovered that Houston amended the will in 2000, while she was still married to former husband and father of her child, Bobby Brown. But it turns out the R&B singer won't receive anything, though he is mentioned in the document.
The will additionally clarifies that if Kristina had died before Houston, then Brown, her mother Cissy, and other relatives would share the assets. Cissy is the executor of the documents, while her brother and sister-in-law are the trustees.
To see an actual portion of Houston's will, click here.
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Source: Inside Edition