Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina has been revealed as the sole benefactor of the tragic singer's estate, following the release of her will.
According to Inside Edition, the singer's 19-year-old daughter will receive all her mother's money, as well as her personal effects, estimated to be worth $20 million.
However, the lengthy document allegedly states that the teenager will not be able to gain control of the belongings or money until her 21st birthday.
Another portion of the inheritance, which will be in a trust fund, will be given to her when she hits 25 and the final instalment will come when she turns 30.
The US magazine reports that while the ex-husband of the I Will Always love you hit maker, Bobby Brown is mentioned in the document, he will not receive anything - unless Bobbi and her mother Cissy pass away before him.
According to a court document, the superstar, first set up the will in 1993 but later amended in 2000, while she was still married to the R&B singer.
Details of the late singer's 19-page were released to the public in Atlanta, Georgia, where they were originally filed on the 7 March.
Meanwhile, "Cissy" Houston has been named as the executor of the will and her brother and sister-in-law are trustees.
Houston, 48, was found dead at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on 11 February. Cause of death has not yet been confirmed.