Tiger Woods just had a terrible weekend on the golf course — but it looks like he and Elin will be sharing custody of the kids after a divorce.
Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren have finally found something to agree upon: They both need to take care kids after they split, assuming they do.
RadarOnline.com reports this morning that Tiger and Elin have decided to share custody of their kids — daughter Sam, 3, and son Charlie, 1, in a divorce. “They have not been getting along as a married couple but there has been no conflict over the children,” says a source. “They both want what’s best for the kids.”
Adds the source, “This isn’t going to get ugly. They’ve both made sure of that.”
As far as the divorce goes, any hope of a reconciliation is fading fast. Elin confronted Tiger about it while he was at dinner with friends. “She was screaming so loudly that everyone at the table could hear what he was saying,” a source told the magazine. And she yelled for all to hear that this would be pushing her to divorce.”
It is now being reported Tiger has hired attorney Thomas Sasser, an expert in enforcing international child custody agreements. TMZ says, “the goal is for Sasser and lawyers from Elin’s team to work out an agreement before divorce papers are filed.” His hiring seems to suggest Tiger’s children will split their time between the United States and their mother’s home country of Sweden. Sasser’s former clients include NASCAR star Jeff Gordon.