With a marriage the only evidence you need to provide is a marriage certificate. That is proof that you are married.
With a defacto the proof required is much greater.
The family law act section 4AA sets out what the law applies
Here is a link that explains why it is not a simple thing to prove defacto.
Where if you have a marriage certificate there is no argument. You are married.
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