The details of late diva Whitney Houston's last will and testament were revealed on Wednesday. In the document, written in 1993, Houston left all her worldly possessions to her only child, 19-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina.
According to the Associated Press, the will doesn't mention the specific assets left behind by the "I Will Always Love You" singer, but it leaves all of Houston's furnishings, clothing, personal effects, jewelry and cars to Bobbi Kristina.
The news was first reported by "Inside Edition," which said the 19-page document was released on Wednesday in Atlanta. The money will be placed in a trust until Bobbi turns 21. She will then get more money when she turns 25 and the remainder when she turns 30.
Houston's ex, Bobby Brown, who is Bobbi Kristina's father, was mentioned in the document but was not left anything. The Grammy-winner first filed a draft of the will about a month before Bobbi was born and then amended it in April 2000, when Houston was still married to Brown.
The executor of the will is Houston's mother, Cissy, and her brother Michael and sister-in-law Donna are the trustees. Bobbi Kristina has been mostly off the radar since her mother's death in February, but will break her silence on Sunday in an interview with Oprah Winfrey on "Oprah's Next Chapter." A press release announcing the interview said that Bobbi Kristina will share "personal memories of her mom and how she would like the iconic superstar to be remembered."