One of the most frequent problems I have encountered as a web professional concerns the ownership of domain names (www.yourname.com).
In most cases, everyone naturally assumes that they own the domain because someone else such as a web design agency, friend or employee registered it on their behalf. That’s where trouble begins. Technically, the registrar is the owner of the domain. Usually, that’s the person who registered the domain. If the registrar is not you, with contact address, billing info matching up to your credentials you do not own the domain name. Sometimes, people are well intentioned but you risk losing your domain name through forgotten renewals or even a friendship turning sour.