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Robin Williams left his estate to a trust for his children, but also made sure that his wife, Susan Schneider, will be provided for, People reports.

According to the late actor's will, which was filed Oct. 15 in Marin County, Calif., Williams directed his executors to "give my entire estate, in trust" to the Robin Williams Trust, which he set up for his children Zak, 31, Zelda, 25, and Cody, 22. Documents show that the trust was set up in 2009 to disburse funds to each child in three stages: one third at age 21, half of the remaining share at 25 and the rest at 30.

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Williams signed the will on Jan. 31, 2011 and also dictated that the executor fulfill his obligations to his wife, whom he married 10 months later, based on their prenuptial agreement.

Williams was found dead in his Tiburon, Calif., home on Aug. 11 from a suspected suicide by hanging. His death was officially ruled a suicide earlier this month. He was 63.

Last month, Williams' three children paid tribute to their late father by throwing out the first pitch at a World Series game to Williams' longtime friend, Billy Crystal