(SAN FRANCISCO) -- Legal teams for Robin Williams' widow and for his three children appeared in a San Francisco courtroom Monday to determine who will get what of the late actor's estate.
Lawyers for both parties said they hope to have the matter resolved by June 1, the date set for the next hearing.
"This is very, very typical," said James Wagstaffe, an attorney for Susan Williams, the late comedian's third wife. "The court recognized that this is an amicable matter. ...His wife and her two sons with whom he lived for many years can stay in the home and not have the home stripped of normal things that are in a home, like art and furniture, and she can keep her wedding presents."
Susan Williams filed paperwork this past December in which she claimed that some of Robin Williams' personal items had been taken without her permission from the home she shared with him. As a result, she asked the court to exclude the contents of their San Francisco-area home from what his three children from previous marriages were allowed to have.
Susan Williams said her husband's trust intended to distribute items from his other home in Napa, California, as opposed to the one they shared, according to the court documents.
The late movie star's adult children, Zachary, Zelda and Cody, claim that Susan Williams is robbing them of their father's things.
"They are disturbed that this petition has been filed and we are here because as an intensely private person, Mr. Williams wouldn't have wanted this," said their attorney Andrew Bassak. "That is troubling to the trustees as close confidants of Mr. Williams."
"It's painful," said Meredith Bushnell, another lawyer representing the children. "They were very close with their father and would [like to put this behind them]."
Robin Williams was 63 when he died at his home last August, later deemed by authorities to be a suicide. Shortly thereafter, Susan Williams revealed that the late actor had struggled with depression and had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease shortly before his death.
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