New turns in Woods divorce
Tiger Woods is seeing new problems in his developing divorce talks with wife Elin Nordegren.
In the latest round of the ongoing discussion, sources have pointed out that Nordegren has begun to make greater demands against Woods for a settlement. Although the couple signed a prenuptial agreement for the 2004 marriage that fixed Nordegren’s share in case of a divorce within 10 years of the marriage at $20 million, she is reportedly now demanding much more money and more rights. Figures range from a settlement that would include $50,000 per month per child for Nordegren plus $115 million to a $750,000 million pay-off.
Nordegren is also refusing to sign a deal as a part of the divorce that would prevent her from writing a tell-all book about the marriage or divorce, and seal the couple’s history in a confidentiality agreement. This has compounded with her requests that the children be in her sole custody, instead of the previously agreed upon joint custody.
Woods has hinted that he hopes to keep the rest of the proceedings quiet and settle out of court.
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