What no one talks about when a loved one goes missing

It has been two years since Matthew Roberts vanished after his commercial fishing trawler capsized near Fraser Island from an unknown cause. After five days of air and sea searches Matthew’s wife, Cheryl, accepted he could not have survived the incident. “I resigned myself to the fact that he wasn’t coming home that night, it’s a big sea out there,” she says. Cheryl dealt with the devastation and grief of losing her husband but she wasn’t prepared for the administrative and bureaucratic trouble that would follow his disappearance. “I cannot get access to Matthew’s super money to help me because we do not have a death certificate,” she explains. >click to read<09:42

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