A person who:
- was married to you;
- was living in a civil union with you; or
- was your de facto spouse.
A de facto spouse is a person who, at any time in 2021:
- was living in a conjugal relationship with you and was the biological or adoptive parent (legally or in fact) of a child of whom you were also the parent; or
- had been living in a conjugal relationship with you for at least 12 consecutive months (if you were separated for fewer than 90 days, the 12-month period is considered not to have been interrupted).