Yes, Melanie. In France a woman, as a man, is named by her name at birth (called in French patronyme or nom de famille, it is sometimes the mother's name). It is the name used in all civil records since the Revolution, as it was before in the church records. Women are buried under their maiden name, followed or not by "épouse ..." to mention their husband.
[edited] to answer the original question: no, there is no "standard", just cultural variations. And the WikiTree data model is just providing a (slightly biased) view of those variations, with which everyone of us accomodates.
For profiles I manage, who are all from France, I always fill the Current Name by exactly the same value as the LNAB.
Otherwise said, if you ask me, if this field "Current Name" was deleted, it would simplify my life. Many genealogy software, including Geneanet, the most popular in France, has no such a field, and nobody complains about it.