Some of her assets were outlined in the documents and will all go to Lourd, including several bank accounts, a 2016 Tesla S, full ownership of several LLCs and a life insurance policy.
It's possible there could be additional money in trusts not reflected in this probate case. which Billie could also collect.
Aside from that, Billie Lourd will also inherit "rights to her mother's public image, likeness and signature, along with intellectual property rights, which include proceeds from books, trademarks and copyrights".
As ET previously reported, Fisher died last December at the age of 60 after suffering a heart attack. The estate is on the market for US$18 million (AU$22.9 million), and the proceeds of which is expected to be incorporated into the trust, which Lourd is the beneficiary. "You were always going to hear Carrie Fisher somewhere saying something that she has no business saying, that makes everybody laugh".
Just a day after the actress' death, her mother, Debbie Reynolds, passed away at the age of 84. The Scream Queens and Star Wars: The Force Awakens actress will share the wealth with various charities when she auctions off some of her mother's memorabilia next month.
Billie Lourd also admitted that after her mother's death, she tries to emulate her, particularly in doing interviews.
She added: "Now is the first time in my life when I get to own my life and stand on my own".
However, Billie feels there is "a lot of pressure" on her to continue Carrie's "incredible legacy".
Fisher is known for her iconic "Star Wars" role of Princess Leia whereas, her daughter Billie is at the peak of her career.