The widow of Robin Williams and his three children from previous marriages are currently embroiled in a legal battle over the comedian's vast estate, with everything from clothing to action figures set to be the subject of intense negotiations. 

Robin WilliamsRobin Williams had a long and illustrious career but struggled with addiction and depression

Williams' third wife Susan Schneider, whom he married in 2011, filed court documents making her case for the estate, while Zak, Zelda and Cody submitted their papers in January. According to the New York Times, everything from "photographs, bicycles, fossils, toys and his awards," is at stake and that the matter will be resolved "as quickly and efficiently as possible."

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The actor's will left his estate to his children in a trust, though it also called for the creation of provisions to benefit his wife. In her filing, Susan alleged that within days of the actor's death, items were "unilaterally removed" from her home. When she hired a lawyer, she found that home services like newspaper delivery were cancelled. She claimed that following Robin's death, the three children gave her only three days' notice before they wanted to arrive at the house and take what the trust promised them. 

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The items set to be most hotly disputed include Williams' many awards, including his Oscar for Good Will Hunting, his six Golden Globes, two Emmys and five Grammys. 

Williams, who struggled with drug and alcohol addiction and depression throughout his lng and illustrious career, was found to have committed suicide at his home in Paradise Cay, California in August 2014. His ashes were spread in San Francisco Bay on August 21.