It's a case that wills and probate solicitors in Stockport and elsewhere around the UK, indeed around the world, will no doubt have been watching with interest - the widow of Robin Williams and his children have finally reached an agreement over his estate.
The details of the settlement - which still requires court approval - include Susan Williams keeping the house that she shared with the late comedian, as well as gifts from her wedding to the actor, a bike they bought on honeymoon and his watch, Reuters reports.
The family dispute has been going on for almost a year, with wrangling ongoing over some 1,200 items that belonged to the Hollywood A-lister.
Ms Williams said in a statement: "While it was painful to have truckloads of his belongings removed from our home, it's the few sentimental items I get to hold onto that mean everything to me. I thank God for this."
When someone dies having written out a will, disagreements can often arise because the terms do not suit all parties involved. Disputes can arise over who has been included or excluded, or what items have been covered by the document. Occasionally, the validity of the will itself can be questioned as well.
If you find yourself in such a situation as this, make sure you get in touch with us here at QualitySolicitors so that we can help you understand just what your position is and if there is anything that can be done to help resolve the problem.