I am a minor, but my friends and I came up with a great idea for a small "business" (more of a catering service) that we could easily run ourselves in our home town. (No office space to pay rent for, nor website to own rights to) Would it be possible to own the rights to this type of business as a minor?
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Hello. The business formation needs to be made very carefully when one or more minors are involved. A private attorney will be happy to assist you with this, and will explain all of the intricacies to you.
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