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It could be abandonment but today we have divorce based on irreconcilable differences.You don't have to prove anything other than when you separated.You would have right to seek a divorce on this basis.Since it appear she doesn't want to reconcile this may be your best option to file, divide up the assets , debts, and move forward.Certainly she has abandoned the marriage that is clear and it appears irreconcilable.
You may want to file here and move forward since she has done this.You have legitimate grounds to file here for divorce and resolve this in the courts if you have too.
I appreciate the chance to help, sorry you are having to deal with this.