Fisher's assets include a life insurance policy, ownership of various LLCs, multiple bank accounts, a 2016 Tesla S, jewelry, artwork and collectables. Lourd will also inherit the rights to her mother's public image, likeness and signature, along with intellectual property rights, which include proceeds from books, trademarks and copyrights.
It's possible Lourd could also collect additional money in trusts not reflected in the probate case.
As ET previously reported, Fisher died last December at the age of 60 after suffering a heart attack. One day later, her mother, Debbie Reynolds, died at age 84.
Earlier this month, Lourd opened up about what life has been like without her mother and grandmother during an interview with American Horror Story star Sarah Paulson for Town & Country's September issue. She said holding on to her sense of humor is what helped her cope with grief.
"If life's not funny, then it's just true -- and that would be unacceptable," she explained. "Even when [my mom] died, that was what got me through that whole thing. When Debbie died the next day, I could just picture her saying, 'Well, she's upstaging me once again, of course -- she had to.'"
Lourd also revealed she's currently living in Fisher's home and plans to have a couple of friends move in with her.
"I've always kind of lived in [mom and Debbie's] shadows, and now is the first time in my life when I get to own my life and stand on my own," she added of becoming her own person while sill upholding her family's legacies. "I love being my mother's daughter, and it's something I always will be, but now I get to be just Billie."