An Adelaide court has lifted a suppression order on the identity of the man charged with murdering South Australian woman Krystal Marshall.

The 38-year-old mother was found dead in October last year at the scene of a house fire at Aldinga Beach.

Two people were subsequently charged by police. 

Johnathan Paul Parker can now be identified as the man alleged to have murdered Ms Marshall, after a suppression order was lifted by the Adelaide Magistrates Court.

The 48-year-old has been charged with murder, defiling human remains “for the purpose of concealing” an offence, and property damage.

Prosecutors made administrative changes to the charges, but a suppression order on Mr Parker’s identity was revoked.

Ms Marshall’s ex-wife Anastasia Marshall is also accused of her murder.

The pair will return to court in July.

Ms Marshall’s body was found inside the home on Barracoota Crescent at Aldinga Beach on Friday, October 20.

A neighbour raised the alarm when smoke was spotted coming from the roof.