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Paul Walker reportedly left his entire estate of an estimated $25 million to his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow, according to new reports.
Paul’s father, Paul Walker III, who was named executor, filed the alleged will with the court on Jan. 28.
But that doesn’t mean the funds will be settled without a hitch.
The 40-year-old apparently requested that his mother, Cheryl, become the guardian of Meadow if he were to pass away.
His dad claims this is exactly what his son wanted under the will.
The situation is hairy considering the young girl lives with her mother, Rebecca Soteros.
Rebecca has yet to comment on the matter.
If he gets his last wish, Cheryl will become Meadow’s new guardian.
A probate judge will decide who should control the teen's money until she turns 18.
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The court records show the document was prepared and signed in 2001 – the same year he starred in the first Fast & Furious film that launched the successful movie franchise.
Most of his wealth came from unidentified personal property, reportedly worth $8 million. He also had a home worth an estimated $10 million.
The records, obtained by TMZ, also show his estate is expected to receive another $8 million, some of which is likely related to the seventh Fast & Furious scheduled for an April 2015 release.
Paul died Nov. 30 in a fiery car accident in Santa Clarita, Calif.
He was the passenger in a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT driven by his friend, Roger Rodas.
The vehicle burst into flames after hitting a pole.
A coroner’s report revealed no mechanical issues occurred with the Porsche, which may have been exceeding a speed of 100 mph before the crash.
Producers Reveal What Will Happen to Paul Walker's Fast & Furious CharacterHe was on hiatus from filming Fast 7 when his tragic death took place.
Universal, who produces the flicks, has announced their plans to retire Paul’s character, Brian O’Conner, rather than kill him off in the seventh installment.
It’s not clear whether the scenes Paul already completed will remain in the film, but producers have reportedly asked his brother Cody to stand in for him in several scenes.
By Chantal Waldholz / @blondieewood