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Whitney Houston's Will Leaves Everything to Daughter

Singer's fortune placed in trust for 19-year-old Bobbi Kristina

March 8, 2012 8:30 AM ET
Whitney Houston and her daughter, Bobbi Kristina
Whitney Houston and her daughter, Bobbi Kristina
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Whitney Houston has left everything in her will to her 19-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina. The singer's will, which was signed in 1993, does not mention specific assets, but stipulates that all of her belongings should go to her surviving children, and Bobbi Kristina was her only child.

Though Bobbi Kristina will be immediately granted ownership of Houston's clothing, jewelry, cars, personal effects and other items, the singer's money will be placed in a trust. Bobbi Kristina will get some of the money upon turning 21. She will get more at 25, and the full balance at age 30.

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