Since I'm not a legal adult, is there anything special I need to watch out for in terms of startup culture?
Technically, I can get out of any legal agreement (since they can't be binding until I'm 18), however I'm worried that this might be an issue since a company will know that, and they will be wary of me just saying "Sure, I'll do it" and then walking away without any recourse (well, they do, but its not easy for them to do). Is there anything I can do to prevent that from being an issue?
Is there anything else in that vein that I should be aware of before I start something like this?
Keep in mind the following:
- That I'd be doing contracting with startups, not well established companies.
- That I'm also not looking for legal advice such as "Doing business as", etc. I'm looking for objections and possible stumbling blocks that a startup could throw my way, again, as part of the culture.