The late Fast & Furious star, who never made it to UAE-shoot, leaves estate to daughter
Walker's father, Paul Sr., was named executor of the will and filed the document with the court.
He also requested the late film star's mother, Cheryl, be recognized as the guardian of Meadow, as well as the money she will inherit, in keeping with the will, TMZ said.
A court hearing is scheduled for later this month to settle the matter since Meadow has always lived with her mother, Rebecca Soteros, who is her legal guardian, the report said.
Paul Jr. was killed in a fiery car crash while riding as a passenger the afternoon of Nov. 30, 2013.
Roger Rodas, the driver of the vehicle, was going more than 100 mph when he lost control of the car and crashed into a light post, killing both himself and Walker, investigators concluded. There was no sign alcohol or drugs were involved in wreck in Santa Clarita, Calif.
Walker was best known for his work in the "Fast and the Furious" film franchise.
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