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Paul Walker has secured the future of his daughter Meadow by leaving his $25 million worth estate to the 15-year-old, and made his father, Paul Sr., the executor. 

Walker's father filed the will in court and petitioned his wife Cheryl Walker to be made Meadow's legal guardian and also the guardian of the $25 million estate, TMZ reported, citing a copy of the will. Paul Sr. filed the petition as per his son's instructions in the will, the website noted.

Meadow, who was living with Walker prior to his death, is currently with her mother Rebecca Soteros, in Hawaii.

Soon after Meadow started living with him, Walker said in an interview that she is the best thing that happened to him. Various reports also suggested that Walker was planning to quit movies to spend more time with his daughter.

However, it is unclear as of now if Soteros will agree to let Cheryl be Meadow's legal guardian, and tension in the family is almost guaranteed, multiple reports indicate.

"There's no way Paul's family will let Rebecca get her hands on all the money," a source close to the family told Star magazine, according to "Paul's family think they should be the financial caretakers. Paul's parents want to have control of his assets. They think they know best."

A court hearing is set to take place later this month.

Meanwhile, it is not yet clear if Walker's girlfriend of seven years, Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell, will contest the will, as she feels she deserves a piece of his estate, according to reports.

But odds are against Jasmine as her relationship with Walker was not legally bound.

"While he probably hadn't updated the will before his death (thus unable to write his girlfriend into the will), it still doesn't seem entirely reasonable that he would've left anything to Jasmine," Celeb Dirty Laundry noted.