Background: I want to sign an NDA, however, I am a minor. As a member of the Disclosing Party, there are clauses within the NDA that state that "any files written with names developed by the Disclosing Party (myself) are the sole property of the Disclosing Party." However, there is a clause which states that by signing I understand the terms and conditions of the agreement.
QUESTION: Would a parent or guardian be able to sign on my part, so long that there is a disclaimer in the NDA stating that the signature of a parent/guardian has ensured that I understand the provisions? This should be something that can stand up in most courts.
The solution of using a parent signature must be able to make certain that I can hold onto the provisions listed above that allow for me to keep ownership of my files and the content that I share out (this content is, of course, my creative property).