Nearly six months after the death of Robin Williams, his widow, Susan Schneider, and children have gone to court in a dispute over the late comedian’s estate.
In papers filed in December in San Francisco Superior Court, Susan Schneider accused his children of taking items without her permission.
The dispute involves items Robin Williams kept at two homes and in storage.
Susan Schneider Williams has requested that the contents of the home she shared with her husband be excluded from the jewellery, memorabilia and other items her husband said his children should have.
Robin Williams’ children have taken issue with this suggestion, saying there should be no limits placed on the items to which they are entitled.
Items in dispute include the actor’s collection of watches and the Oscar statuette he won in 1998 for Good Will Hunting.
Robin Williams, who married his third wife Susan Schneider in 2011, died from hanging at his home in Tiburon, California, in August 2014.
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