A friend came to me last year with an idea for a website. She told me that she needed someone to help her because she didn't have the skills but she thought I did. I believe we have a verbal agreement to start a website - I registered the domain names and commissioned artwork for a logo. These have been in my name as we are just starting out. I arranged some software developments to meet to discuss what we wanted to do and they agreed and minutes of the meeting were constructed and distributed to which she acknowledge that it was all steam ahead. They started preliminary work including specifying the system, created a landing page and hosting arrangements. Two days later, she phoned to say she didn't think she could work with me as a business partner. I asked her to advise me in writing and she did. She told me that she wanted to "pull out" and wanted to do it on her own and told me she would pay me for the balance of the cost of the domains and she wants me to transfer the domains to her. She believes she is entitled to take the domain names because she originally had the idea, however, I had completed the business plan, financial plans, arranged the domain names and recruited the software engineers. I believe we have a verbal partnership agreement and therefore, I should be entitled to the domains just as much as her. Incidentally, as the project is now terminated, the software guys want to send me an invoice for $2,500 as they had started work and believed that they had an agreement with us to go ahead. Any help?