Robin Williams' widow and his three children from previous marriages reached a settlement in their legal fight over his estate, ending a public dispute following the beloved comedian's suicide last year.

Terms of the out-of-court settlement were not disclosed. But James Wagstaffe, who is representing Susan Williams, said his client will remain in the home she shared with Williams and receive living expenses to maintain the home for the rest of her life.

Wagstaffe said she also will receive a watch that Robin Williams often wore, a bike bought on their honeymoon, and their wedding gifts.

Both sides expressed satisfaction over the settlement, which is subject to court approval. Wagstaffe and Meredith Bushnell, who represents three adult children from previous marriages — Zachary, Zelda and Cody — said they expect the judge's approval.

"I think they're just very happy to have this behind them," Bushnell said. Williams died Aug. 11, 2014.

Susan Williams filed a court petition in December saying the contents of the Tiburon, Calif., home she shared with Robin Williams should be excluded from the items the actor left to his children.

She also claimed that her husband's personal items were taken without her permission, including the tuxedo he was married in and photographs.

Williams' three children countered that Susan Williams was "adding insult to a terrible injury" by trying to change the trust agreement.

Associated Press