Whitney Houston's Will Revealed
INSIDE EDITION has the first look at Whitney Houston's Last Will and Testiment.
INSIDE EDITION has your first look at Whitney Houston's Last Will and Testament.
The 19-page document was released on Wednesday in Atlanta, Georgia, where it was filed, and here are the details:
Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina gets everything: all of Houston's money, furniture, clothing, personal effects, jewelry, and cars.
The money will be placed in a trust until Bobbi Kristina, who is now 19, turns 21. She gets more money when she turns 25 and the rest when she is 30.
Houston's beloved mom Cissy had been named as Executor in the Will, but according to probate documents, she renounced the appointment shortly after her daughter’s death in February. When the will was filed on Wednesday, a Fulton County, Ga. probate judge named Whitney’s sister-in-law and manager, Marion (Patricia) Houston, as the sole Administrator of the estate.
Houston first drafted the Will in 1993 and amended the Will in April 2000 when she was still married to Bobby Brown.
Brown is mentioned in the Will but get's nothing.
The Will also states if Bobbi Kristina had died before Whitney, her ex, Bobby Brown, her mother Cissy and other relatives would share the assets.
To see a portion of the Will, click on the PDF attachment at the top of this story.
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