Robin Williams' kids and wife are hoping to settle their dispute outside of the courthouse.
During a hearing today, attorneys for both parties agreed in San Francisco Superior Court to come to an agreement on their own before April 10.
Jim Wagstaffe, a lawyer for Williams' wife Susan, told the court that she would like to keep her wedding presents, photographs from the beloved actor's 60th birthday party and the tuxedo that he wore on the day of their wedding.
Meanwhile, Meredith Bushnell, the attorney who is representing Zac, Zelda and Cody Williams, said that the legal battle has been extremely difficult on the family and they would like to resolve the matter has swiftly as possible.
Bushnell also told the judge that Williams' trust clearly states that his three children get his clothing, jewelry, and personal photos taken prior to his marriage to Susan.
She also asked that the court exclude the contents of the Tiburon home she shared with Williams from the jewelry, memorabilia and other items Williams said his children should have.
Shortly thereafter, a spokesman for Williams' released the following statement: "Robin's children want nothing more than to be left alone to grieve. The fact that they are being forced into these legal proceedings adds insult to a terrible injury."
"The insinuation that they or their representatives may have taken anything from the house is both despicable and wholly untrue," the statement continued.
"The fact is that they have been barred from what had been their father's house, and not even the trustees of the Robin Williams Trust have been able to conduct a complete inventory."