This is ridiculous.
Who owns the profits of the company? You act like the family can split up the profits at Sunday dinner. That's not how it works.
If you're a sole proprietor, you control 100% of the profits. If you haven't formed a separate legal business entity such as a partnership, LLC, corporation, or S corporation, you're a sole proprietor. You own 100% of the profits and you pay 100% of the tax. Anything you give to anybody else is a gift.
If you did form a separate legal business entity, the organizing agreement dictates legal distribution of profits.
It has absolutely nothing, zip, zero, nada, to do with what you call it. You can call it stupid guinea pig crap, it doesn't matter. All that matters is who the legal owners of the profit are, and that's determined now, whether you understand it or not.
Get professional help from someone who knows what they're doing, instead of taking advice from someone who doesn't have a clue.