The singer's only child, 19, will get her inheritance in stages leading up to her 30th birthday

By Liz Raftery
Updated March 08, 2012 12:55 PM
Credit: OWN

Whitney Houston‘s 19-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina, will inherit everything from the late singer’s estate, based on instructions in Houston’s will.

Houston’s ex-husband, Bobby Brown, the father of Bobbi Kristina, gets nothing.

Houston, who died last month at age 48, left all of her money, property, clothing and personal effects to her only child, according to the document dated and signed in 1993, the year Bobbi Kristina was born.

The Grammy winner’s money will be placed into a trust, which Bobbi Kristina can partially access when she turns 21. She will be able to access another portion of her inheritance at age 25 and the remainder at age 30. Houston’s trustees can also add money to the fund, the will states.

Houston’s mother, Cissy Houston, is named as executor of the estate in an updated version of the will filed in 2000. But Forbes reports the will was updated again in 2004 to name sister-in-law, Patricia, as administrator of her estate.

Bobbi Kristina is scheduled to be interviewed by Oprah Winfrey on Sunday, although Houston’s family is hoping to keep the teen out of the spotlight.

Inside Edition first reported the contents of the will.