We just hope these two sides can finally bury the hatchet!
As we reported, Robin Williams' widow Susan Schneider filed a lawsuit against the late comedian's children — Zachary, Zelda, and Cody — in December regarding the ownership of several items in his estate.
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On Monday in San Francisco, the dispute finally went to court, however, the judge decided it was best if both parties settled their claims on their own.
They now have until April 10th — a mere 11 days — to adjudicate who is entitled to which properties of the Ms. Doubtfire star.
The judge also recommended that both camps use a mediator.
Schneider filed the legal documents to ensure that she can keep articles from their wedding day, including her deceased husband's tuxedo. She also claims that items were taken out of the couples' Tiburon home without her permission.
On Monday, Zelda went on Instagram to deny the accusation.
"My brothers and I have not at any point since dad's death been invited to or visited his and Susan's house in Tiburon, nor have we removed anything from it."
The Jumanji star's children also argue that she's trying to rob them of certain memorabilia and industry awards.
If both cannot come to an agreement, then the judge will step in.
We just wish that everyone can come out a winner and for all of this legal drama to end!
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