The singer, who was found dead in her Beverly Hilton Hotel suite on the night of Clive Davis's pre-Grammy Awards party last month, formed the 19-page document in 1993 and amended it in April 2000.
Released on Wednesday in Atlanta, Georgia - the state where it was filed - the will states that her 19-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown will inherit everything, reports Inside Edition.
The papers hand over her automobiles, jewellery, clothing, money and furniture, but the teenager will not gain control of the belongings until she is 21.
Bobbi, who recently filmed an interview with Oprah Winfrey, will receive more money when she is 25 and the rest when she reaches 30.
Houston's mother Cissy Houston is the Executor of the Will, and her sister-in-law Donna and brother Michael are Trustees.
Although she was still married to Bobby Brown at the time the will was amended, the performer will gain nothing unless his daughter and Houston's mother do not survive him.
In this case, he will have to equally share the assets between several family members including her other brother Gary Houston.
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