Saturday, May 22, 2010

Woods' divorce talks turn nasty, reported NZ$1.1 billion settlement proposal

The New York Post has reported that the divorce talks between Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren have been fairly civil up until now, but recently turned nasty as settlement proposals spiral up into the billions of New Zealand dollars.

Nordegren is also reportedly refusing to sign a lifetime "confidentiality clause" that would prevent her from writing a book or doing any interviews related to the collapse of the couple's marriage.
She also wants full custody of their two kids, the newspaper reported, even though it was first believed that they were going to agree to joint custody.
In addition to this, Nordegren has demanded, according to the Post, around NZ$1.1 billion in settlement money relating to any divorce.

It has been reported that Woods recently hired a lawyer to help handle any upcoming custody or family settlement arrangements.
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