Our expert says:
In the recent situation you describe, it's not clear to me who the "helper" is supposed to be helping, aor who she actually is helping, if anyone ? It sounds like you are making perfectly sensible decisions. If your sister is unhelpful even to herself, ungreateful and not contributing anything to the house-work ( many women have no choice but to work until the last possible moment, at home and at work, when they are pregnant ) ; and many women need a good job, and wouldn't expect to be paid and housed and left to just watch television all day.
Reinforcing your sister's assumption that everyone else must work for her and solve her problems, is no actual help to her, apart from being unfair to you.
As Hope* sas, just be sure you follow all the proper procedures regarding the "helper", so she can't cause more problems for you. Be sure you warn her properly and in writing, and record what she is and is not doing, and seek proper labour law advice.
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