Last night, Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away, six months after she was found unconscious in the bathtub of her Atlanta-area home.
The exact circumstances that led to her coma remain unknown, but officials are reportedly treating Bobbi Kristina's death as a homicide.
Even if no one ends up being convicted of the murder, the investigation into Bobbi Kristina's final days could end up having an impact on the fight over her inherited fortune, which insiders say is already tearing her family apart, less than 24 hours after her tragic death.
According to Radar Online, Whitney Houston's will included a provision for her how her fortune should be divided in the event of Bobbi Kristina's death.
The will could end up negating several family members' claims to a piece of the fortune, but due to extenuating circumstances such as Whitney's divorce from Bobby Brown and the suspicious circumstances of Bobbi Kristina's death, things could get complicated.
Bobbi Kristina was set to inherit 100 percent of the fortune on her 30th birthday, but Whitney's mother Cissy and sister Pat previously fought those terms for fear that the money would leave her vulnerable to being victimized by boyfriend Nick Gordon.
That matter was never settled in court, and though Bobbi Kristina never reached the age at which she would receive Whitney's entire estate, her death still leaves millions in limbo, as well a complex legal situation that could take years to resolve.