Aug 10, 2017 11:10 AM EDT By Carie P.

Carrie Fisher Passes On An Estate Worth $7 Million To Her Daughter Billie Lourd; Actress Memorabilia To Be Auctioned In September

Billie Lourd is said to inherit her mother, Carries Fisher's estate worth nearly $7 million apart from her mother's personal belongings.

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Billie Lourd will reportedly inherit an estate worth nearly $7 million from her mother, Carrie Fisher. According to the new court documents which were filed by her estate executor, Fisher is passing on her daughter her personal property which amounted to $6.8 million.

Apart from this estate and personal property, some claimed that Carrie Fisher, who became popular as Princess Leia in the successful Star Wars franchise, has also additional funds in her trusts. These funds may not be necessarily included in this latest probate filing.

According to PEOPLE, some of the assets and properties of Carrie Fisher were included and outlined in the said court documents. These assets comprised of a 2016 Tesla S, a life insurance policy, several bank accounts, and an ownership of several LLCs. Therefore, aside from these, Billie Lourd will also inherit her late mother's personal belongings like artwork and collectibles, jewelry, and some other household belongings.

Billie Lourd is the only daughter of Carrie Fisher from her relationship with telnet executive Bryan Lourd. In addition, the 25-year old actress will also get the rights to her mother's likeness and public image and this also includes her intellectual property rights. All the proceeds from Fisher's specials, trademarks, books, and copyrights will also go to Billie.

On the other hand, Carrie Fisher's estate which she shared with her late mother Debbie Reynolds was also offered on the market for $18 million. The money which will be generated out from this will be incorporated in the trust as well.

Meanwhile, TMZ reported that most of Carrie Fisher's memorabilia is scheduled to be auctioned this September and will be organized by Profiles in History with the help of her brother Todd. The said auction will feature things and personalized belonging like her personal writing desk, her life-size Princess Leia statue in its original phone booth plus her personalized director's chair from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. It was then reported that all the proceeds collected from here will automatically go to the charities supported by Debbie Reynolds namely, The Jed Foundation and The Thalians.

It can be recalled that Carrie Fisher suffered a fatal heart attack last year and died at the age of 60. She was boarding a flight from London to Los Angeles when she went into a cardiac arrest and was rushed immediately to a hospital but later died.

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