What can be done about my partner's wife's interference in our business?

Question Details: We started a business recently and have an LLC with 2 members. The business is running great. The other member is the actual person running the business onsite and I do most of the work behind the scenes dealing with vendors, receivables, payables, taxes, insurance, etc. The problem is the partner has involved his spouse in the business and the spouse now thinks she has a say in the operations of the business. She is making decisions without consulting me and I do not agree with everything she wants to do. Does she actually have any say in the operations? What rights does she have in the business? The other member lets her get away with it because it is his spouse. It is so bad, I don't even want to be in the LLC anymore even though the business is doing great. I asked them to buy me out but they will not. I said I will buy them out but they are not asking a fair amount. I am stuck. We always end up having a huge fight and she is harassing me. Can I legally have an order that I do not want her to be at the place of business?

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