According to a copy of the will obtained by Inside Edition, Houston left her clothing, jewelry, cars, furniture and all personal effects to her "surviving children." Everything in her possession goes to her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown as the sole beneficiary of Whitney Houston's estate.
The will was filed shortly before giving birth to her daughter on February 3, 1993. Bobbi Kristina is her only child. The document was amended in 2000 while still married to.
The will does have stipulations that a trust will be set up and that she will have access to some money when she is 21, with the rest of it at intervals when she is 25 and the remainder at 30 years of age.
There are estate trustees that were unnamed who will be in charge of the withdrawals to her based on need, which might include school tuition, home purchase, and various other business expenses.
Inside Edition stated further that Bobby Brown is mentioned in the will, but she did not leave anything. The exact nature of what was stated about him is not public. They were divorced in 2007.
Whether future royalties from Whitney Houston's music will be included was not mentioned by Inside Edition, and further information regarding this should be revealed eventually.
Ms. Houston’s death was accidental due to combination of alcohol and drugs. She was found dead in her hotel room on February 11, 2012. Her death shocked the world, and she will be missed for her incredible talent.