It would be too late to change the addresses now.
Domicile status is one address where the person stays or intends to stay. Many states have varying rules for domicile eligibility. SOme states also give domicile certificates if the parents have been in the state for more than 7 years. So, depending on the state in which your parents live, the duration of your marriage and the period of abscence you can explore this option.
Generally, there should not be an issue if you can produce a domicile certificate from your home state. There would be a potential issue, if your are allotted the job based on your domiciliary status and another candidate or the authorities object to this.
I would suggest you state your parent's address as PERMANENT ADDRESS and your current address as a temporary address impling that you intend to be back to your parent's state.
If you get a job, the document verification authorities accept your explanations, then good. If not, then you can meet any good civil lawyer who can help you out.
For the future, what you can do is, surrender the domicile status in the state you were born and or living until marriage and then apply for a new domicile certificate based on the address of your husbands' home town/city and his own domicile certificate.
Changing of your surname does not come into consideration for domicile option. Many women after marriage change or retain their own surnames, both are acceptable as long as you consistently use one option only in all legal documents related to the job application.