Celebrity Disputes

A San Francisco judge gave Robin Williams’ children and his widow a couple of months more to reach an agreement over the late comedian’s disputed items, and how much money should be put into the widow’s trust fund, the SF Gate reported.

Judge Andrew Cheng postponed the estate settlement on June 1, and instead gave the disputing parties a deadline of July 29 to continue with the settlement discussions in private. The two parties have only able to decide on 60 of the 360 disputed items. Apart from an agreement on the star’s personal belongings, appraisal results on Williams’ Bay Area home should also be presented on the deadline date, which are relevant in determining how much Susan Schneider, Williams’ wife, will receive through a trust fund.

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