Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren met separately with divorce attorneys Tuesday for the second straight day, fueling speculation that a split may be imminent.
Elin met with a divorce attorney Monday and Tuesday at her rented house in Orlando, while Tiger met with his legal team on both days well, sources say.
“The divorce is moving ahead,” said an insider, noting that the meetings are the result of negotiations speeding up. “They are trying to work out the terms.”
One of the main topics being discussed is custody of their two small children, which "has led to negotiations about where Tiger and Elin are going to live.”
Right now, one scenario being talked about seriously is both Tiger and Elin Woods moving to South Florida – where they would live separately, of course.
The Woods' divorce is coming, it's just a matter of time.
Tiger has a huge oceanfront mansion on Jupiter Island that is nearly finished, and according to reports, Elin Woods has indicated she wants that house.
“Tiger really wants to be near his children,” the source said, discussing that proposed plan. No word if he also wants to be close to his alleged love child.
Elin previously floated the idea of moving back to her native Sweden with the children, a scenario Tiger Woods is not in favor of for several reasons.
It is rumored that Elin is seeking a $750 million settlement in all, following failed attempts to salvage the marriage in the wake of an epic sex scandal.
Elin participated in Tiger’s sex rehab therapy, and things appeared to be progressing well for a time, but Tiger's return to golf quashed the reconciliation.
Elin viewed it as sign he was not serious about changing, and perhaps she was right, as Tiger missed his daughter’s birthday Friday at the U.S. Open.
The star vowed he would never miss another birthday when discussing the pain of not being there for his son’s birthday when he was in sex rehab.
Guess this Tiger can't change its stripes that easily.