Paul Walker's death has prompted his father to file the actor's will which leaves his entire US$25 million estate to his only daughter, Meadow Walker.
"Fast & Furious" actor Paul Walker, who died in a car crash in November 2013, reportedly left his US$25 million estate to his 15-year-old daughter and nothing else for his ex-wife, girlfriend and other family members.
Paul Walker's death has triggered a series of controversies, hoaxes, speculation and rumors on the matter.
Walker's father, also called Paul, was named executor of the will. He filed his son's will in a Los Angeles court that leaves his son's entire fortune to his teen daughter, read a report by NY Daily News.
Paul Walker, who died of multiple injuries due to Santa Clarita, Calif. car crash, named his mother Cheryl as Meadow's guardian.
Walker reportedly left nothing to his girlfriend, Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell or other family members. Pilchard-Gosnell, 23, has been dating the actor since she was 16.
Meadow Walker grew up in Hawaii, where she lived with her mother, Rebecca Soteros. The teenager had been living with Walker in California at the time of his death.
A court hearing has been set for later this month on a petition Paul Walker Sr. filed asking to make Cheryl Walker the teen's legal guardian.
It was not confirmed Tuesday if Soteros plans to object to the arrangement.