Shortly after submitting the online form, an attorney will contact you to discuss your mark. Afterward, the attorney will conduct an extensive search to discover if any similar marks currently exist. The attorney will then compose an opinion letter, analyzing the strength of the mark and the potential, foreseeable concerns the proposed mark may have, as well as provide any applicable suggestions. The attorney will also attach the search results, if applicable.

Once you are satisfied, the attorney will immediately prepare and file a federal trademark application online with the USPTO and timely provide you with the submission confirmation. 

After filing your application, the attorney will keep track of upcoming deadlines and keep you updated of any advances or changes. Additionally, the attorney will respond to any informal

non-substantive office actions submitted by the assigned Examining Attorney. You will also have full access to all of this information through a secure portal.



Everything included in the Standard Package will be included in this package.


In addition, you will be provided with a personalized Cease-and-Desist letter to use for possible future infringers. You will also receive a personalized Transfer of Ownership/Assignment letter that will be at your disposal if you decide to sell your trademark at any point. Both documents will be prepared by an attorney.

This package is designed to give you peace of mind and includes one year of oversight to be conducted by an attorney. An attorney will perform periodic searches for one year after filing the trademark application and will warn you if there are any potential infringement concerns.


+ filing fees


+ filing fees



Breaking it down . . .

Extend Your Protection


Attorney Provides:

The Extras




Preparation & Filing of Statement of Use or Request for Extension

Preparation & Filing of Section 8 and

Section 15 (if applicable)




For intent-to-use applications. Six months after filing the the trademark application, you must prove you are using your mark in commerce or you must request a six-month extension.

A Section 8 application must be filed 5-6 years after the filing date of application to show the trademark in use. Section 15 is optional but recommended if the mark has been continuously used for at least five years after registration. Section 15 makes a mark incontestable.

You must file a trademark renewal every 10 years for your trademark to remain registered. This application includes the filing of Sections 8 & 9.

*Prices do not include filing fees

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Disclaimer: This information is not legal advice

Attorney Amanda Hayes is licensed in NC and MA.

Can file U.S. federal trademarks for anyone, regardless of location.


3 Hampton Avenue, #35

Northampton, MA 01060