The late Heath Ledger's will, as reported by the New York Daily News, leaves everything he owned to his parents and three sisters. Ledger, who died Jan. 22 from an accidental overdose, filed the three-page will in April 2003, two years before he met Brokeback Mountain costar Michelle Williams, with whom he would fall in love and have a daughter, Matilda.

Other Ledger documents filed in Manhattan Surrogate's Court reveal that he had less than $145,000 in New York assets at the time of his death, including a $25,000 Toyota Prius and $20,000 in furniture and fixtures. That, however, does not take into account the Brooklyn townhouse he and Williams shared, any property he had in Australia or cash deposited in trust funds. As one estate specialist tells the News, "If [Ledger and Williams] had jointly held assets, those are not subject to probate. It's just not required."

Though it at first was unclear if any provisions would be made for the actor's 2-year-old daughter, Ledger's father, Kim, has since said in a statement, "Matilda is an absolute priority and Michelle is an integral part of our family. They will be taken care of and that's how Heath would want it to be."

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