Elin Nordegren Met With Divorce Attorney This Week

April 16, 2010 by Post Team 

Elin NordegrenElin Nordegren Met With Divorce Attorney This Week:According to limelife — Reporters tracked the movements of Tiger Woods’s wife Elin Nordegren, Elin and whereabouts from Masters Tiger fumble speak louder than words. We had heard that on Sunday night even before Woods came home from the Masters, Elin went to Arizona to visit his sick mother in a luxury hospital. It turns out that Elin Nordegren actually met with the divorce lawyers.

Development is a fascinating twist, as Elin stay-put on his marriage to Tiger Woods in the last five months seemed to indicate that the divorce had been removed as an option. But two weeks ago we heard reports that Elin Nordegren was furious about the information he read in the latest issue of Vanity Fair, which included a massive feature ex-lovers of Tiger Woods.

It has also been informed that Elin was “violently angry” Tiger came back to work when he did – he had recommended to take more time to focus on the repair of your family. Now that Woods has sent in his entry to play the U.S. Open in June, it appears that Elin Nordegren is totally made to be his wife. About the breakdown of months of the divorce-talk, a source has revealed that Nordegren was simply seeking adequate legal representation – a source told our friends in radar, “She’s changed lawyers. His new lawyer is from outside of the city.

Nordegren reportedly met with a divorce attorney “for hours” Sunday morning before boarding a plane to Scottsdale, Arizona. It is also said that the visit to his ailing mother was not the purpose of Elin to fly to Arizona, as an executive in the office of the Swedish government, which the mother works Nordegren Barbro Holmberg says it is working well.

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