Whitney Houstonâ€™s last will and testament has been released online.
The singer amended the will in 2000, leaving her daughter Bobbi Kristina everything.
Nearly one month after her sudden death, Whitney Houstonâ€™s last will and testament has been released.
The 19-page document, obtained by Inside Edition, was read on Wednesday, March 7, in Atlanta, where it was filed.
Whitney amended the will on April 14, 2000, leaving her daughter Bobbi Kristina, now 19, all of her personal items.
The singers money will be placed in a trust until Bobbi Kristina turns 21 in 2014. She will then receive additional money when she turns 25 before being given access to the rest of Houston’s fortune when she turns 30.
The will was first drafted in 1993 while Houston was still married to Bobby Brown. Although her ex-husband is mentioned in the will, he receives nothing. Had Bobbi Kristina failed to outlive her mother, Houstonâ€™s assets would have been divided between Brown, her mother and her two brothers.
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