Robin Williams' widow Susan and his three children from other marriages Zachary, Zelda and Cody did not share the legacy of the famous actor and intend to obtain a judicial interpretation of his last will regarding movable and immovable property. This is reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
The dispute, in particular, is about the actor's two homes in Tampa and Tiburon, California. According to Susan Williams, which is cited in the lawsuit, the living space in Tiburon is "family ownership" with her husband. In 2010, shortly before the wedding, Robin Williams allegedly made changes to his will, according to which all rights to the house and its contents are transferred to his wife after the death of the actor.
Susan Williams also stated that soon after her husband's death, his other heirs began to collect information about his property, and she feared an invasion of her home, since the actor's children had the keys to the house in Tiburon.
In turn, in the documents provided to the court on behalf of the children of Robin Williams, it is argued that the stepmother did not allow them into the house for three months, while allowing third parties to visit it, to assess and move the property of Robin Williams. Court hearings are scheduled for March 30, 2015.
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