Brother has invested a lot of money in creating a website. Domain designed for me, as an individual. Documents for the development was issued for a mother, as a legal entity. The website will be completed in 2-3 months.
But now parents are getting divorced, and the father really wants to get exactly half of everything. I need a Lawyer explained that if the site will be mom, he can pick up his half.
Question: What documents confirm what kind of person is the owner of the website. And do I need to register a legal entity or can function adequately on the physical. Plan: 2 program from pokerstrategy.com and ozon.ru Yandex.direct and further selling of advertising spaces.
The owner of the site is considered by You. As the domain-decorated for you.
dave_Braun answered on October 8th 19 at 01:11
If there is evidence that funded the creation of a website You brother, right on the site does not fall within the General property of spouses.
Maggie22 answered on October 8th 19 at 01:13
Your domain and nobody can take away. May the Father takes half of your website's files )))
Nikko.Gulgows answered on October 8th 19 at 01:15
And do I need to register a legal entity or can function adequately on the physical.
Not necessary to register a legal entity.
jody.Mayert98 answered on October 8th 19 at 01:17
as an option, to terminate "documents for the development of designed for Mama" and turn it into a private person at the time of the divorce, by the time you look and the website will do the rest.
simeon_Fay answered on October 8th 19 at 01:19
But just to talk to my father, for the fact that de facto, the website is yours and not mom's? That did not have pritenzy, because it will be claims against You.
Marshall.Lakin74 answered on October 8th 19 at 01:21
Mother cannot be a legal entity — this time.
Rights on site rights consist of three types:
— the rights to the domain
right to engine (property and non-property rights to objects of copyright)
— the rights to the content (similar)
Your question is not clear what applying.
tracey_Klocko21 answered on October 8th 19 at 01:23
About domain: recently for media registration took out a paper certificate issued by (my name) domain (name of my domain) really belongs to me (infa whois). To obtain this certificate I sent by courier a notarized copy of the passport (all pages) and a notarized statement (sample, gave the Registrar) to the Registrar of my domain name. This I mean that you can get the same information and will sleep peacefully.
aniya82 answered on October 8th 19 at 01:25
The website owner is the one who can say: "I close the website", and it will be closed. Everything else is from the evil one.