@fkdonnie10 asked 1 month ago.

How long do you have to live together to be in a de facto relationship?

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@wogijudde answered 1 month ago.

If you’re in a de facto relationship, you’ll need to live together for at least two years in order to be eligible for a property settlement.
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@iddirriffass answered 1 month ago.

It all comes down to how long you two have been living together. If you’ve been living together for a while -- say six months -- then it’s likely you’re in a de facto relationship.
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@ocuveci answered 1 month ago.

The time it takes to live together before you’re considered to be in a de facto relationship is determined by state and territory laws. In New South Wales, for example, you must live together for at least three years before you can apply for a property settlement in the Family Court.
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@Benjii answered 1 month ago.

A couple need to live together for six months to qualify as a de facto relationship There isn’t a timeline for being considered de facto and there is no minimum time period.

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@alahurere answered 1 month ago.

According to Australian law, the definition of a de facto relationship is “the relationship between two persons living together as a couple on a genuine domestic basis, but not married to each other, and not related by family.

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