Whitney Houston may have died unexpectedly on February 11, but the singer at least had the good fortune to plan ahead.
In a 19-page document obtained by Inside Edition, it's revealed that Whitney left absolutely everything to her teenage daughter. This includes personal wealth, furniture, clothing jewelry and cars.
The money will be placed in a trust - with Whitney's mother, Cissy, serving as executor - until Bobbi Kristina, who turned 19 on March 4, is 21 years old. She then gets more cash when she turns 25 and the rest when she's 30.
Houston initially drafted the will in 1993, but amended it to the current version in April 2000.
Bobbi Kristina, meanwhile, will sit down with Oprah Winfrey for her first interview since her mom's passing this Sunday evening on OWN.