According to news reports, Elin Nordegren, Tiger’s ex-wife, is back on the dating scene. “Page Six” reports that the former Swedish model and ex-wife of Tiger Wood is now dating Jamie Dingman.
Nordegren, who reportedly received more than $100 million in her divorce, has recovered from the very public cheating scandal has recently been spotted with Jamie Dingman, son of billionaire Michael Dingman. The new couple has been scene in Sweden together, near Nordegren’s Stockholm apartment.
Nordegren and Wood’s marriage collapsed in 2009 after reports that Woods, a golfing superstar, was cheating on her with several women. Tiger Woods later admitted that he had a serious sexual addiction and sought treatment for his condition. Despite these attempts to combat his issues, the couple’s divorce was finalized in August of 2010.
So who is the lucky new love interest? Dingman, who has been previously linked to Bridget Moynihan and Princess Madeleine of Sweden, is a markets investor who has worked in China and Russia. Reports from the couple confirm the couple has “strong feelings for each other”.
Elin Nordegren is moving forward with her life and has a new man. Good for her. After the pain and embarrassment of Tiger’s infidelities and a very public divorce, it is time for her to find happiness.
What if you are having trouble with your spouse? What if there has been infidelity? What is the best course of action that will help you find peace and happiness?
State laws vary for divorce. Talking to a divorce lawyer can ensure you make the best choices for your family.
Hiring a Divorce lawyer
Close to 2 million couples marry each year in the United States each year, and unfortunately, many of these couples will end up filing for divorce. Finding the right divorce lawyer is essential.
Divorce is never easy and it should be the last option for you and your spouse, but if you have attempted reconciliation and you need help, talk to a divorce attorney. Divorce lawyers can review your case and let you know the best way to protect yourself.
Discussing Mediation with a Divorce Lawyer
Many couples may also choose mediation to settle their divorce issues. Although mediation may not be required in your state, some states will require spouses to attend a formal settlement conference or Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Spouses generally split the cost of the mediation, but it is up to each party to negotiate their own payment agreement.
Mediation may be a less contentious way to settle many divorce issues including child custody, child support, spousal support and property distribution.
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