Q: How to keep everything legal with starting a YouTube channel
Me and three friends want to start a YouTube channel and I have quite a bit of success on social media on my own so if this channel takes off and goes well all four of us want ownership. I basically don’t want one party to takeoff with the channel and leave us all behind how do I make a contract that makes us all owners and someone responsible if they login and delete everything. I think it would make more sense for one person to have the login information but no one is willing to give that up here.
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