Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren will soon become officially divorced, according to a report from RadarOnline. The couple's divorce papers are "about to be signed," the web site claims. Nordegren could receive as much as $750 million.
A source tells RadarOnline that the divorce negotiations were initially a bitter process, but that things have simmered down between the two parties. "Things are now very civil between Tiger and Elin - at least in terms of getting the divorce taken care of,"the source says.
Rumors of a looming divorce have circulated for months, with sources, reporters and oddsmakers all claiming that the pair will split. It was also reported that Woods and Nordegren are no longer speaking to each other.
Women linked to Tiger Woods
- Raychel Coudriet, the daughter of Woods' neighbor, met the golfer when she was just 14.
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