Extra Crunch members get free startup legal documents from Avodocs

We’re excited to announce a new community perk for Extra Crunch. Starting today, annual and two-year Extra Crunch members located in the United States can get free access to Avodocs from AXDRAFT.

Avodocs provides free legal documents for startups, including NDAs, privacy policies, founders’ agreements, employee onboarding documents, terms of service and more. Founders and startup teams often waste tons of time searching Google and asking friends for legal help. Avodocs provides the necessary documents for early-stage companies in minutes.    

Avodocs is used by more than 4,000 startups, including alumni from Y Combinator, 500 Startups and Techstars. Users of Avodocs enjoy having documents ready for signature in less than 10 minutes, plain English description of the implications, a simple Q&A process for creating a document, the ease of editing and personalizing documents after download and the fact that Avodocs works on any device. Users of Avodocs also get access to extra content, such as a consulting agreement and advisory agreement, as well as document storage and DocuSign integration.

Extra Crunch is a membership program from TechCrunch that features how-tos and interviews on company building, intelligence on the most disruptive opportunities for startups, an experience on TechCrunch.com that’s free of banner ads, discounts on TechCrunch events and several community perks like the one mentioned in this article. Our goal is to democratize information about startups, and we’d love to have you join our community.

You can sign up for Extra Crunch here.

After signing up for an annual or two-year Extra Crunch membership (U.S. users only), you’ll receive a welcome email with a link to sign up for Avodocs. If you are already an annual or two-year Extra Crunch member, you will receive an email with the offer at some point today. If you are currently a monthly Extra Crunch subscriber and want to upgrade to annual in order to claim this deal, head over to the “my account” section on TechCrunch.com and click the “upgrade” button.

This is one of several community perks we’ve launched for Extra Crunch members. Other community perks include a 20% discount on TechCrunch events, 100,000 Brex rewards points upon credit card sign up and an opportunity to claim $1,000 in AWS credits. For a full list of community perks from partners, head here

If there are other community perks you want to see us add, please let us know by emailing travis@techcrunch.com.

To sign up or learn more about all the benefits of Extra Crunch, head here.


Documents on Avodocs were created for startups operating in the United States. Avodocs provides self-help services at customer’s specific direction. Avodocs is not a law firm or a substitute for an attorney or law firm.

Communications between customer and Avodocs are protected by Avodocs Privacy Policy, but not by the attorney-client privilege. Avodocs does not provide any kind of advice, explanation, opinion, or recommendation about possible legal rights, remedies, defenses, options, selection of forms, or strategies.

Access to Avodocs is subject to its Terms of Service. 

This offer is provided as a partnership between TechCrunch and Avodocs, but it is in no way an endorsement from the TechCrunch editorial team. TechCrunch’s business operations remain separate to ensure editorial integrity. 

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