Tiger to share cub custody

    Tiger Woods and wife Elin Nordegren may be splitting up, but they’re keeping the family together.
    RadarOnline.com reports that the two, who have each seen divorce lawyers in the past month, will share joint custody of their children if they decide to officially part ways.
    “They have not been getting along as a married couple but there has been no conflict over the children,” a source close to the couple said. “They both want what’s best for the kids. This isn’t going to get ugly. They’ve both made sure of that.”
    It’s no secret that Elin and Tiger have barely spent any time together, but pro-golfer’s wife spent Mother’s Day alone with her kids. That seems to be in line with news that Elin is the one pushing for a divorce.
    “There is no arguing any more,” another source told
    Radar Online. “They don’t fight. There is a coldness between them and it’s Elin who is pulling the plug on the marriage.”

    Their split is not for lack of trying on Elin’s part, however. The insider noted that she attempted to save the marriage by attending couple’s therapy with Tiger, but all of Tiger’s so-called “transgressions” made reconciliation difficult for her.

    “She tried to put things back together,” said the source. “Elin started to build her own life and once she did she grew distant from him.”



    — Sonya Eskridge




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