If I had a 20-year-old co-founder and the other founder was in a different stage of life, now that also plays out very, very differently. That has to be harmonious. It is like getting married.
You have to align shared objectives, and regarding the written word, I have seen some bad cases. Burrp was a terrible case, not with Deap, but we had three other founders. We started with five founders, and a lesson learned in my previous startup, that whether you have the written word or not, it is, like, you would never take your customer to court.
By the time that happens, it is bad. It is not about can I recover my money; it is like this relationship, you have burnt the bridge, they will never come back, and we will never go back to them. Things should not come to that.