This paper, “Family Stability and the Wife’s right to Her Salary”, addresses dignifying women in the Shari’a Law. It highlights where work inside and outside home is permitted provided that certain limitations apply. It is preferred that a woman stays home and does not expose herself to other men or mix with them unless there is a need. She is to give first priority to her house and children and is to be held responsible for their well-being. If she works with the husband’s permission, she continues to be entitled to his financial support. The research also demonstrates the woman’s right to manage her own possessions. She has an independent financial position equal to that of male which entitles her to manage her own finances independent of a male trustee whether it be her father, brother, or husband. Her possession is not allowed anybody unless she willingly gives it out. To otherwise control a woman’s fortune is an act of aggression and is prohibited in the Share’a Law. Yet a working wife may have financial responsibilities like supporting her family when the husband explicitly or implicitly requests or supporting her needy parents together with her brothers.