AceShowbiz - A legal battle between %cRobin Williams%' widow and children over his estate is going to be taken to court. Attorneys for both parties are scheduled to appear before a San Francisco probate judge on Monday, March 30 to settle the matter, the Associated Press reports.
Back in December, the late actor's third wife Susan Schneider filed a lawsuit against Robin's three kids from previous marriages, Zak, Zelda and Cody, claiming that some property at the house where she lived with Williams were "unilaterally removed" from their house "days after Mr. Williams's untimely death."
In a response to Schneider's lawsuit, Williams' children said Susan's petition added "insult to a terrible injury" and was a premature attempt to change their father's instructions and "prevent them from receiving what their father wanted them to receive."
According to Williams' will, his children should inherit his memorabilia and awards in the entertainment industry among other particular personal items. However, Schneider argues that since he wanted her to continue to live at the Tiburon home, this could mean that his children are only entitled to property that he kept at another home he owned in Napa.
Williams died August 11, 2014 of asphyxia due to hanging. It was later revealed that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease and had been battling depression prior to committing suicide in his home in Tiburon.