After attending a four-hour parenting class as part of finalizing their divorce in Florida, Tiger and Elin have decided on a co-parenting plan for their kids Charlie and Sam.
According to divorce papers obtained by People, "The parenting plan is in the best interests of the children.”
The court documents also say that Woods and Nordegren have signed a Marital Settlement Agreement, which includes the terms of child support, alimony and the division of assets, and that Elin will revert to her maiden name: Elin Maria Pernilla Nordegren.
The papers also note that "the marriage between the parties is irretrievably broken."
With the news that Elin is thinking about moving back to Sweden, we don’t see how it’s possible for them to “co-parent.” Unless Tiger is planning on flying across the Atlantic every two weeks to see them, Elin is clearly going to have the kids 99 percent of the time!