Whitney Houston left all of her assets to daughter Bobbi Kristina, born from her troubled marriage to singer Bobby Brown who gets nothing, according to her will published by entertainment news show Inside Edition.
Bobbi Kristina, 19, will receive the proceeds from all of the late singer’s money, furniture, clothing, personal effects, jewellery and cars when she turns 21.
She will get another instalment of money when she turns 25 and the rest when she is 30.
Houston’s mother Cissy is the will’s executor, with her brother Michael and sister-in-law Donna trustees.
A copy of the will, first drafted in 1993 and amended in 2000 when Houston was still married to Brown, has been published on Inside Edition’s website.
Houston was found dead on February 11 in a Los Angeles hotel room, aged 48.
She was laid to rest in a New Jersey cemetery next to her late father after a funeral ceremony celebrating her life on February 18.
The singer of hits including I Will Always Love You sold more than 170 million records during a nearly three-decade career but fought a long battle against substance abuse.
Speculation has raged since Houston’s death that she may have succumbed to a lethal cocktail of prescription drugs and alcohol, though official results from her autopsy are not expected for several weeks.