Protect your business name with a trademark

Protecting your trademark can really pay dividends. Not only is it a valuable property asset, but it’s also your brand, your reputation. The reputation you have established is associated with these different brand elements - your name, logo, and tagline - and the reason why people buy from you.

It’s important to take steps to protect these company assets. Our partnered attorneys will do the research to make sure the mark isn't already taken, ensure the filing gets accepted by the government office, and provide sound legal advice throughout the entire process.

Help with trademark registration

What’s included in the package?

  • Legal counsel from an experienced trademark attorney
  • A thorough search of existing trademarks
  • The preparing and filing of a trademark application

Register a Trademark

$199 + Federal Filing Fee Order now

Trademark Searches & Registration: How it works?

Tell us what you need

Tell us what you need

A trademark attorney will follow up with you to get a better understanding of your needs and provide guidance on how the process works.

We get to work

We get to work

The trademark attorney will conduct a trademark search to ensure the availability, then provide the search results along with a plan of action.

Trademark

We will file your trademark wih the Patent and Trademark office

The attorney will file the trademark with the US Patent and Trademark office and deliver the approved trademark documentation.

Providing Everything You Need When You Need It

As your business grows we'll be there every step of the way to make sure that you have the resources at hand to service your companies ongoing needs.

Amendment

Amendment

Filed if a company requires changes to membership, addresses or company name.

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Dissolution

Dissolution

Used to formally terminate the existence of a entity.

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Foreign Qualification

Foreign Qualification

Filed when you need to expand your entity to new states.

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Fictitious Business Name

Fictitious Business Name

Filed if a company requires assumed business/fictitious name.

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File Annual Report

File Annual Report

The majority of states require that companies file periodic reports that affirm the current information of the companies members, directors, and business address.

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Certificate of Good Standing

Certificate of Good Standing

Required by governmental and private agencies to validate a companies status in order to facilitate specified transactions.

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Business License Search

Business License Search

Determine all business licenses and permits required at the federal, state, county, and municipal level.

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Trademark Name Search

Trademark Name Search

Take steps to protect your brand and valuable company assets such as your name, logo, and tagline.

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Order Registered Agent

Order Registered Agent

Order registered agent service and receive your new registered agent information immediately.

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Renew Registered Agent

Renew Registered Agent

Click here if you have existing registered agent service and would like to renew it.

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Change Registered Agent

Change Registered Agent

Use to update the registered agent on file with the state of formation.

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EIN / Tax ID

EIN / Tax ID #

An EIN is required to open a bank account, file taxes and submit payroll taxes.

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File Business Taxes

File Business Taxes

Work with a tax professional to file your federal business tax return.

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File S Corp Tax Election

File S Corp Tax Election

Reduce the Tax You Pay by Having Your LLC Treated as an S Corp for Tax Purposes.

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Common questions about Registering a Trademark

How broad is my trademark protection?

This includes filing the trademark in one series and one class. Additional legal fees and filing fees will apply if you decide to file a trademark in more than one class.

Can I cancel my order?

The trademark will be filed within 3 business days upon receiving the desired trademark and performing a search. If it's determined after the search that the name has a low likelihood for approval, you can request a refund before the application is filed.

How long will it take for my trademark to be filed?

The preparing and filing a Tradmark application takes anywhere from 3 - 7 days based on the time to complete the search and the application. In some instances the process may take longer given the complexity of the mark.

What level of support can I expect through this process?

Once you have submitted your business name or logo, an attorney will conduct the initial search and discuss the results via email or phone. The attorney will then prepare the filing application and submit to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. You will be able to track the approval status and contact us with any questions you may have while awaiting for the approval.

How long will the Trademark process take?

The Trademark approval times can vary based on a variety of factors. The USPTO is likely to repond in 3 - 4 months from the filing of the application. Despite the delayed approval time, you will be able to monitor the status of the trademark online as it's going through the approval process.

Protect your name, logo, or phrase with a U.S trademark registration.

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