Paul Walker has reportedly left his entire multimillion-dollar estate to his teenage daughter.
TMZ allegedly obtained a copy of Walker's will, which purportedly says his $25 million estate will go to his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow.
Walker's father, Paul Walker III, filed the will with the court and requested the actor's mother, Cheryl, be named Meadow's guardian, TMZ noted. The girl is currently living with her mother, Rebecca Soteros.
The "Fast & Furious" star died in November after the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT he was riding in with his friend, Roger Rodas, crashed and burst into flames in Santa Clarita, Calif. He was 40 years old.
In the days before his death, Walker was reportedly the "happiest he'd ever been" as a father to his daughter, who lived with her mother in Hawaii during her younger years.
"He told me recently he was the happiest he'd ever been. It was directly because of the growing relationship with his daughter and the clarity that brought to his life," the actor's close friend, Brandon Birtell, told People magazine. "Paul told Meadow he didn't want to take a particular movie because he didn't want to be away from her. [Meadow] asked where it would be shooting and he gave her the dates and said, 'Overseas.' She thought for a minute and said, 'That's during my summer vacation. We can do that.'"
Walker became a dad in his mid-twenties and was happy that he and his little girl could grow together.
"I'm glad I had her at 25, because at 40 and 15, we're matching up sweet," he told Us Weekly. "It's just working."