One of the burning questions surrounding the Tiger Woods divorce settlement is where Elin Nordegren and the couple's children will live once the split is final.
That's still unclear, but it appears as if she will call the shots.
Sources familiar with the divorce say Elin Woods will have control over where they reside, opening the door for her to potentially settle in her native Sweden.
The agreement was supposed to be finalized by the end of last week, but there is still one document being negotiated - presumably pertaining to the kids.
No wonder Tiger's been so frustrated and distracted lately.
CAUSE FOR CELEBRATION: Tiger's almost single at last! Woo!
As for the property settlement, we reported last week that Elin will get right around $100 million, somewhere between 1/5 and 1/6 of Tiger's net worth.
In other words, he's worth between $500-600 million.
All those earlier reports of her getting $750 million? Probably a little over the top, considering he doesn't even have that much. Still, $100 million. Wow.
As for whether Elin actually moves to Sweden permanently with the kids, it's uncertain. But the divorce deal gives her "wide latitude" in figuring it out.
What do you think she should do? Leave for good?