Mac Miller died tragically and unexpectedly, but he did have a will in place.
According to a probate filed into the court, Mac Miller set up a trust in 2013 and executed a will at that time. He named his parents as trustees, along with a lawyer named David Byrnes to serve as administrator of the estate. It states he has no spouse and no children.
There could be other people named under the late 26-year-old's trust as beneficiaries, but it appears his parents are getting the lions share.
If the lawyer can't fulfill his obligations, he named his brother, Miller McCormick as administrator. His brother is also named as a trustee in his trust.
The document lists the total amount of money in Miller's estate is currently "unknown."
As we reported, Mac Miller's body was flown back to Pittsburgh for a funeral in the coming days. The medical examiner is still waiting on toxicology results to determine an official cause of death.
On Friday afternoon, Ariana Grande finally broke her silence on Miller's death, and said she was both "mad" and "sad."