Carrie Fisher's daughter Billie Lourd will reportedly inherit her fortune
The young actress will fall heir to Carrie's estimated $25 million fortune, which includes bank accounts, several LLCs, personal valuables such as jewellery, art and collectables as well as a life insurance policy, it has been claimed.
Court documents, obtained by People, state that Billie is likely to receive the profits from the sale of Carrie's $18 million Bevery Hills estate, which she shared with her mother Debbie Reynolds, who passed away just one day after the Star Wars actress.
The publication also states that Billie is to inherit the rights to Carrie's public image and likeness, in addition to intellectual property rights, which covers ongoing earnings from her books, trademarks and copyrights.
Although Billie will inherit the majority of her mother's estate, a range of pieces from Carrie and Debbie's collections of memorabilia are set to be sold at auction in September.
Billie will fall heir to her estate and personal items such as art and jewellery, reports state
Carrie passed away in December just one day before her mother Debbie Reynolds Carrie Fisher in pictures Tue, April 18, 2017
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Carrie Fisher in Star Wars
Items from their illustrious film careers, including a Princess Leia statue and Debbie's iconic chiffon dress from Singin' In The Rain will go under the hammer alongside approximately 1,500 other pieces.
Carrie was taken ill during a flight from London to Los Angeles in December, and was fighting for her life in hospital for four days before she passed away on December 27.
Last month, an autopsy revealed that she had cocaine, morphine, codeine and oxycodone in her system at the time of the heart attack.
Billie is said to be set to inherit Carrie and Debbie's Beverly Hills mansion
Last month autopsy results revealed that Carrie died with several drugs in her system
The toxicology results confirmed that there was also a very small amount of MDMA and heroin.
The Los Angeles Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner said that the significance of the drug intake could not be determined, citing sleep apnoea and "various other factors" as the trigger for her death.
They also recorded a build-up of fatty tissue in her arteries among the issues she had been suffering with.