Our Mission

Too often, individuals and businesses do not engage attorneys when they should because of the time commitment associated with finding reliable legal counsel and the uncertainty of costs involved.  This often results in foregone legal advice entirely and decision making without a full understanding of the potential legal implications.

Our mission at Should I Sign is to create a better solution that helps individuals and businesses with legal needs find qualified attorneys in a transparent environment that provides price certainty, accurate billing, improved communication and centralized document/records management.  Should I Sign was founded by attorneys with over 10 years of combined legal experience at leading law firms.  We have seen first hand the implications of signing contracts and making legal decisions without the advice and guidance of qualified counsel and have made it our mission to help.  The company is currently based in New York, NY.

Why Do We Call Ourselves Should I Sign?

Quite simply, “Should I Sign?” was the first question we were routinely asked by our clients when faced with legal documents.  As trained lawyers, we knew what we were really being asked was two-fold: “What should I be concerned about (i.e. what are the potential risks)?” and “How do I get them resolved?”

In effectively addressing those questions, we gave our clients peace of mind.  They were protected and could get on with the business at hand.  So in short, with the help of pre-vetted attorneys, we view ShouldiSign.com as the place to give you peace of mind when you are faced with legal needs and challenges. Learn more about how it works.


Naitik (Nait) Patel

Naitik (Nait) Patel


Nait is a creative problem solver by nature and saw a lot of problems with the current legal services landscape. He works tirelessly with one goal in mind: removing the anxiety and frustration individuals and businesses face when trying to find the right attorney for their needs, while improving efficiencies for lawyers servicing these types of clients.
Prior to Should I Sign, Inc., Nait was a corporate lawyer at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver and Jacobson LLP where he advised private equity sponsors, REITs, public and private corporations, investment banks, and hedge funds in connection with a variety of domestic and cross-border transactions.
He holds a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School and a B.S. in Finance and Marketing (with a minor in computer applications) from the Stern School of Business at New York University. During his time at NYU, Nait also won first place in a business plan competition for a video sharing platform (predating YouTube’s rise to dominance) at the Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship.
Nait is a serial entrepreneur at heart who sold candy out of his locker in middle school, imported electronics to sell online during high school and college and bought and sold domain names throughout law school. Nait is also an adviser to a handful of other like-minded entrepreneurs doing exciting things including on-demand liquor delivery and mobile software development.
Tej Prakash

Tej Prakash


As a former attorney at leading law firms, Tej saw a lot of the inefficiencies created by archaic practices and wanted to simplify the process for individuals and businesses to find and obtain legal services in a cost-effective and transparent manner. His goal is to give the legal services industry a much needed face-lift, bring it up to speed with the 21st century, and make legal easy for everyone.
Prior to co-founding Should I Sign, Inc., Tej was a corporate attorney at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP and then Kleinberg, Kaplan Wolff & Cohen, P.C., specializing in public and private mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions and general corporate and securities law matters.
He holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, graduating Magna Cum Laude with Order of the Coif distinction. He also received three Cali Awards of Excellence while at Georgetown and holds a B.A. from New York University, graduating Cum Laude.
Tej also serves as an advisor to a few exciting and budding start-ups. He is a basketball enthusiast and a die-hard Knicks fan, which fortunately has given him ample time to focus on Should I Sign.