Celebrity Disputes

Parties fighting over late actor Robin Williams’ memorabilia have been given two months to settle issues out of court, according to a report by The New York Daily News on Monday, March 30.

In a hearing in San Francisco, a judge gave time for the two parties, his wife and children, to divide Williams’ keepsakes before returning to court on June 1. If the parties fail to settle the issue, arbitration will be attempted before the dispute is heard in a public court.

Last December, Robin Williams’ widow filed an appeal asking for clarification of Williams’ trust provisions. She said Williams wanted his personal belongings in his Napa home to be inherited by his heirs, but not the mementos in the Tiburon home that Williams shared with her when he was alive.

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