Yesterday it was revealed that Whitney Houston left 100% of her estate to her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown. The 19-year-old was the only person listed on her Last Will and Testament, which Houston signed in 1993, a month before her daughter was born, and amended in April 2000. While Houston was still with Bobby Brown at the time she amended it, and he is mentioned in the will, he'll receive nothing.

Houston's money troubles have been well publicized, but according to TMZ her estate is still valued at $20 million (this includes all "furnishings, clothing, personal effects, jewelry and cars"). This will be put into a trust, "which Bobbi will have access to in stages... earning a portion when she turns 21, another chunk when she turns 25, and the rest when she turns 30." Inside Edition had a first look at the will, and has a two-page PDF from the 19-page document—Houston's mother Cissy is the executor.

Whitney's Will

Bobbi Kristina has been silent since the death of her mother on February 11th, although there have been plenty of rumors about family members wanting to send her to rehab. Tomorrow she'll break her silence when she records an interview with Oprah Winfrey, who she says she trusts, that will air on Sunday.