So, we're now over legally.. Question.
After a nearly year of separation and going through the divorce process, she finally signed on the dotted line. A Judge is supposed to sign off next week. She delayed so long that we now have to file taxes as married for 2016. The attorney said he could notify opposing counsel, however, that will be several $$$. I think I've given him enough money. Something that was supposed to cost 5k ended up over 20k. If you factor in that I also had to pay her medical premiums for the entire year as well as she taking most, if not all of the wedding gifts & my bedroom premarital furniture, she did pretty well. Still unsure how this all fell apart. I wrote her a letter prior to divorce, no response. However, legally, I have to inform her of the tax filing. She is going owe mucho $$$ cause she sold a lot of her investments for her move into an apartment. However, I do not have closure. I would also like to explain my reasonings (no guilty party, just mostly communication issues) on filing. I know it will probably be a fruitless endeavor, and if she really cared about our marriage, she would had tried on repairing the marriage through separation and possibly even through divorce. I hate failure and not being able to get it off my chest. It's okay if I do not get a response (she's a big talker behind a persons back, but hates confrontation), or a negative response. I think I need to do it for myself. Perhaps, that will give me the closure I seek. It just bothers me that things are left unsaid.
Am I that screwed up for wanting to do this?