Robin Williams' estate is being scuffled over by the late comedian's wife of less than three years, Susan, and his children, Zachary, Zelda and Cody.
Robin Williams' widow filed papers in a San Francisco court claiming that the children, from Robin's two previous marriages, took items from her Tiburon home without her permission.
She is still living in the home, which she shared with Robin Williams until the day he died, and says it and the things in it should be excluded from what Williams outlined that the children should have.
The items that Robin Williams wanted his children to have, which are outlined in his will, include jewelry, memorabilia and other items.
Robin Williams' widow says that because he wanted her to continue to live at the Tiburon home, it makes sense that he intended for his children to have the things that were kept at his Napa Valley home only.
"Any other interpretation would lead to Mrs. Williams' home being stripped while Mrs. Williams still lives there," her attorneys wrote.
One of her attorneys, James Wagstaffe, said that this filing wasn't meant to be ugly, but that Robin Williams' widow is simply trying to more clearly understand the terms of the trust.
"This is not ugly," he said. "I would not say this is anticipated to be a highly contested proceeding."
However, the children disagree. They say that Susan Williams is "adding insult to terrible injury" by not letting them have the entirety of what Robin Williams left to them.
"The Williams' children are heartbroken that Petitioner, Mr. Williams' wife of less than three years, has acted against his wishes by challenging the plans he so carefully made for his estate," attorneys for the children said in court papers.
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