Getting Involved in a Couple’s Issues
Shaikh Muḥammad ibn Ṣāliḥ Al-ʿUthaimīn, may Allāh have mercy on him, said:
We warn all relatives against getting involved in issues between a husband and wife except at the request of [both] husband and wife. If the husband and wife [both] ask relatives to get involved in order to bring about reconciliation, then that’s something else; reconciliation is good.
As for [their getting involved] without reconciliation [as the goal], it’s not allowed [in Islām] for relatives to get involved in issues between a husband and wife, especially when [these relatives] don’t want reconciliation [to come about].
Liqāʾ Al-Bāb Al-Maftūḥ, 151.