Should I Sign Launches, Bringing Transparency to the Legal Services Industry

"Legal Made Easy" - the mantra of a new service that allows New York residents to request and select free, detailed proposals from vetted attorneys, with expansions into other states to come soon

The founders of Should I Sign Naitik Patel and Tej Prakash, announced the launch of the new Online Legal Marketplace at www.ShouldISign.com. Site visitors from throughout New York State can get a Free Legal Quote now, with service expansions into other states to follow soon.

Should I Sign has been designed from the ground up to do away with the cost- and time-related uncertainties normally faced by small businesses and individuals when they seek legal assistance. Users of the brand-new online legal marketplace submit requests describing their needs, after which pre-vetted attorneys respond with free, detailed, fully transparent proposals. This unique new option is set to disrupt the Online Legal Services industry, saving users time and money and greatly streamlining the process of securing legal counsel for individuals and businesses alike.

"We're excited to announce that Should I Sign is online and now serving residents of New York State," Should I Sign co-founder and co-CEO Tej Prakash said, "Far too much time, effort, and money has been wasted over the years as people and businesses sought help with their legal issues. Should I Sign provides a better way of connecting with the right attorney. With everything from proposed fixed fees to time to completion and scope of work detailed up front through free proposals, our users are already saving time, money, and hassle. We're proud of what we have to offer, and we look forward to opening up the service to those in other states very soon."

While large companies might be able to afford and justify keeping attorneys on staff or retainer, that is rarely the case for individuals and smaller businesses. Instead, most of these occasional users of legal services tend toward ad-hoc means of finding appropriate legal representation.

Word-of-mouth from family members, friends, and business acquaintances might seem convenient, but relying on such sources tends to limit the options and produce less-than-perfect matches. Conventional online legal directories tend to err in the opposite direction, offering up a huge range of choices that can become almost impossible to narrow down with any accuracy or direction.

Should I Sign offers an alternative that is already proving to be just what individuals and SMBs need as they seek to address their unique legal needs. Should I Sign users submit free requests describing their legal-service requirements, after which experienced and; carefully vetted attorneys respond with their proposals.

With Should I Sign enforcing thoroughgoing transparency in the resulting proposals, site users can quickly and easily make well-informed decisions. From pay-per-minute legal consultations over the telephone to fixed-price, legal document review or prepartion. Should I Sign brings light and simplicity to what is otherwise often a murky, complex process. With integrated billing (with accurate automatic call time tracking), messaging and document tools, there is no better way for individuals and businesses to arrange for the legal help they need.

Should I Sign is online now at www.ShouldISign.com and currently available to residents of New York State. Service expansions for visitors from other states is planned for the very near future, and all are invited to visit the site to learn more in the meantime.

About Should I Sign:
With free, detailed proposals from carefully vetted, experienced attorneys, Should I Sign makes it easy for individuals and businesses to arrange for the legal assistance they need.

Contact Info:
Name: Tej Prakash, Co-CEO
Email: Send Email
Organization: Should I Sign
Address: 1460 Broadway New York, NY, 10036
Phone: 646-661-4023
Website: http://www.ShouldiSign.com

Release ID: 123520