Pop music legend Whitney Houston, who died early last month at age 48, has left all her possessions to her daughter, Bobbi Kristina.
According to reports, Houston's will was signed in 1993 and filed March 7 in Atlanta. She leaves all of her furnishings, clothing, personal effects, jewelry and cars to her only child, who turned 19 earlier this month.
While Houston's money will be put in a trust, Bobbi Kristina --- whose father is Bobby Brown of New Edition fame -- will get part of it on her 21st birthday.
She will reap another portion when she reaches age 25, and the remainder will be turned over to Bobbi Kristina at age 30. Meanwhile, she can receive money from trustees of Houston's estate to pay for college, purchase a home or to jump-start a business.