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Brantley is a co-founder and CEO of Giving Docs. He is involved in all aspects of day-to-day operations, crafting the company culture, and maintaining relationships with Giving Docs' nonprofit partners.
Brantley received his JD and a BFA in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin. He recognizes that people needing low-cost legal services in the US are extremely underserved. He is passionate about nonprofit fundraising and empowering people to take control of their legal identity.
Dan Barasch is co-CEO at Giving Docs, where he leads strategy related to fundraising, operations, and business development.
Having spent much of his career in the nonprofit sector, he brings 20+ years of experience at the intersection of technology and social good. He recently served as CEO at Stae, a technology company offering a modern data toolkit for local government. Previously, Dan co-founded and served as Executive Director of the Lowline, a non-profit focused on building the world’s first underground park using solar technology. He has held leadership roles at Google, PopTech, New York City government, UNICEF, the 9/11 Survivors’ Fund, and the World Affairs Council, where he co-produced the weekly National Public Radio show “It’s Your World.” He authored a book on abandoned spaces and adaptive re-use, and lives in New York City with his partner and young son.
Robert is a co-founder and CTO of Giving Docs. He oversees the product and technical strategy of the company.
Robert earned a degree in Information Systems, with a concentration in Internal Auditing, from Louisiana State University. He became an entrepreneur early in college, creating web-based business solutions for his clients across the United States. His passion for technology with a purpose is now being fulfilled with Giving Docs.
Gavin is a co-founder and COO of Giving Docs. He coordinates work between project teams and advocates for Giving Docs' nonprofit and corporate partners.
Gavin earned his JD from the University of Oregon and a BS in International Business from Linfield College. One of his first legal jobs involved tracking down the owners of 6,000 orphaned wills. He volunteers locally as a Spanish teacher and business coach. He has founded and run new technology businesses in digital media, bio-tech, and intellectual property.
Dan Ariely's Center for Advanced Hindsight (CAH)™ develops insights into a diverse set of problems through the lens of behavioral economics. The Center studies how and why people make a wide range of decisions, and how certain forces influence our thoughts and behavior. They achieve this through academic and applied research, working with governments, nonprofits, startups, companies and organizations.
Imagine this: your legacy is set. Your life's work will live on and become a part of the issues you care about. You've taken care of your family and other loved ones. And it only took you minutes to accomplish.
That entire scenario can come true quickly and easily with one action: creating a will with Giving Docs. It might seem less than urgent now, but taking the time to care for what's most important to you, no matter what life may bring, is immensely satisfying. At the same time, you'll be saving your loved ones from unnecessary strife down the road.
The founders of Giving Docs have experienced what happens when a loved one hasn't taken the time to create a will. We've all seen families in deep conflict, money wasted in courts, and finances delayed in probate proceedings. People think they need to spend thousands of dollars and set up complex trusts or other excessive legal documents to secure their estate. But there's an easier way.
Giving Docs co-founder Brantley Boyett has written numerous estate plans for his legal clients over the years as an attorney. Here's what he has to say: "The average fee for a basic will was $2,200. It wasn't fun legal work, and I hated charging for it. I recommended online services that were available at the time, but most of my clients returned for one reason or another. This is when I knew that we had to create a better solution. Everyone needs a will!"
Giving Docs is a pain-free way to create and manage your life's legacy through your estate plan.
Legally effective in all U.S. states.