The contents of Whitney Houston's Last Will and Testament surfaced on March 7, revealing that everything was left to the singer's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown.
The 19-page document was originally filed in Atlanta, Georgia on February 3, 1993, a month before Bobbi Kristina was born. It was amended in April 2000, while the singer was still married to Bobby Brown.
According to the will, which was first obtained by Inside Edition, Houston left her money, furniture, clothing, personal effects, jewelry and cars to her "surviving children."
The will did not specify the amount of money her 19-year-old would receive, but said it would be placed in a trust until she turns 21, when she will receive a portion of Houston's liquid assets. Bobbi Kristina will receive another amount when she turns 25 and the rest at age 30.
Bobby Brown was mentioned in the will, but did not receive anything. He was listed with the singer's mother and family members as recipients of Houston's personal property only if she wasn't survived by a child.
Houston's mother Cissy Houston is the executer of the will, while her brother Gary Houston and her sister-in-law and manager Patricia Houston were listed as trustees.
Bobbi Kristina is the only daughter of Houston and Bobby Brown, who wed in 1992 and divorced in 2007. Houston had sole custody of Bobbi Kristina following the divorce.
Bobbi Kristina has remained out of the public eye since Houston's funeral on February 18. Bobbi Kristina's father Bobby Brown left the singer's funeral shortly after the service began due to seating issues and the fact that security kept him from seeing his daughter.
On February 12, Bobbi Kristina Brown was hospitalized "to be treated for stress and anxiety," a source close to the family told OnTheRedCarpet.com.
Following her hospitalization, Bobby Brown released a statement obtained by OnTheRedCarpet.com which read, "My daughter Bobbi Kristina is doing much better. We continue to provide love and support to Bobbi Kristina. She is dealing with the tragedy of her mother's death and would prefer to do it outside of the public eye. I ask again that our privacy be respected."
Investigators have not revealed what killed Houston, who was found unconscious and underwater in a bathtub by a member of her staff. Her autopsy has been completed but the results will not be released until a toxicology report is produced.
Bobbi Kristina is scheduled to give her first interview since Houston's death with Oprah Winfrey. The interview is set to air at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Sunday, March 11 on "Oprah's Next Chapter," which airs on the media mogul's struggling television network OWN. The interview will also include Houston's brother Gary Houston and her sister-in-law and manager Patricia Houston.