Late actor Paul Walker left behind his entire estate to one sole beneficiary -- his daughter. According to court records, his daughter will inherit his $25 million estate.
About $8 million of the actors wealth is said to come from undetermined personal property, though court filings show the actor's home is worth about $10 million.
His appearance in the seventh 'Fast & Furious' film will likely add another $8 million to his estate. The film is scheduled for release in April 2015.
Walker died in November at the age of 40, alongside his friend and racing partner Roger Rodas. Police statement said the two men had been speeding when their Porsche crashed and burst into flames in Santa Clarita, California.
Walker's will was prepared shortly after the release of the first 'Fast and Furious' film back in 2001. Records show that the will was filed on Jan. 28 and appoints his father Paul Walker III as executor of his estate. Cheryl Ann Walker, the actor's mother, will serve as guardian to his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow.
Meadow was raised by her mother Rebecca Soteros in Hawaii. She was, however, living with her father in California at the time of his death.
Like many fathers, Walker loved his daughter and would often brag about the closeness of their relationship.
In an interview with US Weekly, Walker said, "I'm glad I had her at 25, because at 40 and 15, we're matching up sweet. It's just working."
He left nothing in his will for his 23-year-old long time girlfriend, Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell, a woman he had supposedly been dating since she was 16. His entire estate goes to Meadow.
In a Facebook post Meadow Walker called her father “My REAL life hero!”
“When I was little he taught me to walk, taught me to smile and taught me to never give up,” Meadow wrote. “I loved him even before I knew what love was.”
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