Attorney: Robin Williams’ bikes are an issue in estate fight between widow, children

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — An attorney for Robin Williams’ widow says a legal fight over the possessions of the late actor includes his large bicycle collection, artwork and books.

James Wagstaffe, who is representing Susan Williams, asked a San Francisco judge Friday to help resolve the issue if she cannot reach an agreement with the children of Robin Williams.

The two sides are planning to meet next week.

Meredith Bushnell, an attorney for Williams’ children, Zachary, Zelda and Cody Williams, argued against court intervention.

The lawyer says Robin Williams left final decisions about the interpretation of his last wishes to appointed trustees.

Judge Andrew Cheng did not indicate whether he was inclined to intervene or not and gave both sides until Sept. 9 to submit additional information.

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