Just days after the one-year anniversary of his death, a new set of court documents show the legal battle between Robin Williams' widow and his three children over his assets continues to rage.
Last December, attorneys for Schneider, 50, filed court documents that claimed she is not getting enough money to cover the insurance, mortgage and upkeep of the multimillion dollar property she shared with the Good Will Hunting actor in Tiburon, California, north of San Francisco - the same property where he committed suicide on Aug. 11 succumbing to Perkinson's. There is no specific amount requested in the court documents.
On Aug. 14, attorneys for Zachary, Zelda and Cody Williams filed court documents obtained by PEOPLE that dispute their father's third and last wife, Susan Schneider, should receive additional funds to cover the cost of her primary home.
These documents has a Reserve Fund statement which Schneider interprets that any excess in yearly net income it to go to her while the children's file claim it to be used only for tax and estate related issues and not as guaranteed source of income desired by Schneider.
After her death her two children and the other three step children were supposed to split the estate into two. Robin married Schneider in October 2011.
The two sides have been locked in a bitter legal battle over details of the late actor's estate for months, including over which items should be considered "memorabilia."
?New York Daily News