Our expert says:
Sounds as though they are using you, milp ! I don't see why she couldn't have been working so far, nor why the MIL couldn't work --- why must they just assume that you must pay for everything ? How could they throw you out of your own home ? And if you're paying the rent, its them that have no rights there, not you.
You may want a relationship with her, but if she insists that her mother MUST be a permanent part of it, that may well be a reasonable deal-breaker. To support your OWN children is necessary, of course, but not any other hangers-on. And of course you can't continue to pay rent on the place she threw you out of --- just make sure of the terms of the lease so you dotn't find you're legally liable to pay --- end the lease and tell the landlord what has happened. The stand you are making sounds entirely fair.
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