Late superstar singer Whitney Houston left everything in her will to her beloved daughter Bobbi Kristina.
Bobbi Kristina Brown, 19, is the only daughter of the late signer and her ex-husband Bobby Brown.
Bobbi Kristina will inherit her mother's assets including jewelry, cars, clothing, and money, according to a court document obtained by the popular entertainment show "Inside Edition." The will was filed in an Atlanta court on Wednesday.
The singer originally signed the will in February of 1993, a month before she gave birth to her only daughter, but amended it to leave everything to Bobbi Kristina in 2000.
Houston's money will be placed in a trust for the 19-year-old until she turns 21. She will receive additional access to the funds at the age of 25 and will have access to the full balance by the time she is 30.
Bobbi Kristina is an aspiring singer herself recently celebrated her 19th birthday following the loss of her mother.
"She encourages me and inspires me. When I look at her eyes and I see myself, I go, 'Okay. I can do this. I can do this,'" Houston once said of her daughter.
Bobbi Kristina will appear for the first time since the loss of her mother in an interview with iconic talk show host Oprah Winfrey. The segment will air on Sunday evening on OWN as part of "Oprah's Next Chapter" series.
In the exclusive interview Bobbi Kristina will share "personal memories of her mom and how she would like the iconic superstar to be remembered," according to a press release by OWN.
Whitney Houston, 48, was found submerged in her Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel room in the afternoon of Feb. 11. Her cause of death remains under investigation but will likely be determined within the coming weeks.
Please view below to watch Bobbi Kristina preform with her mother Whitney Houston in New York's Central Park on "Good Morning America."