Mac Miller made a will in 2013 - five years before the rapper's untimely death last Friday.
The last will and testament of the 26-year-old 'named his parents as trustees', according to The Blast.
'The total amount of money in Miller’s estate is currently "unknown,"' according to the gossip site.
The Self Care hitmaker named David Byrnes -a lawyer and 'friend' according to the documents obtained by The Blast- as his 'Personal Representative' in the settling of the rapper's affairs.
Mac -whose real name is Malcolm McCormick- named his brother Miller McCormick as a backup administrator, should the lawyer be unavailable.The Donald Trump rapper's parents are Mark and Karen McCormick, who according to the site 'are getting the lions share' of their son's estate.
The will was signed on November 12, 2013, meaning Miller was 21 at the time he made arrangements for his death.
He had gone into cardiac arrest in a bedroom and paramedics were unable to revive him, pronouncing him pronounced him dead at the scene.
In footage shared by one of Miller's fans that emerged on Saturday, the rapper could be seen in good spirits the night before his death as he played the keyboard while streaming live on Instagram to the delight of his followers.
On Monday a representative for the LA County Coroner said that investigators have released the body to the family but a cause of death will not be announced until the results of toxicology tests that can take weeks or months.