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    Whitney Houston's Will: Everything Goes to Daughter Bobbi Kristina

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    Whitney Houston left everything in her possession to her daughter.

    The late pop icon filed her will on Feb. 3, 1993, a month before giving birth to daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, who remained her only child, and amended it in 2000 while still married to Bobby Brown.

    According to the 19-page will, obtained by E! News, Houston left her clothing, jewelry, cars, furniture and all personal effects to her "surviving children."

    And what of her more liquid assets?

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    The will does not specify amounts, but does stipulate that a trust be set up for 19-year-old Bobbi Kristina and that she be allowed access to some of the money when she's 21, a little more when she's 25 and then the rest at age 30.

    In the meantime, Houston's estate trustees will be in charge of signing off on withdrawals for other necessities, including school tuition, the purchase of a home and business expenses.

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    Bobby Brown is mentioned in the will, but she did not leave him anything. They divorced in 2007.

    The "How Will I Know" singer was found dead in the bathtub in her suite at the Beverly Hilton on the afternoon of Feb. 11. The coroner's office hasn't yet released the cause of death, pending the result of toxicology test, but E! News has been told that Beverly Hills police are nearing the end of their investigation and are close to ruling Houston's death an accident.

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