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Our Patent Process

Put your “Thoughts to Paper”

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Order a Patent Search Report

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Discuss how your invention works with our consultants, engineers, and patent practitioners

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Your patent application is drafted and filed to the US Patent Office

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If approved by the US Patent Office, earn 20 years of patent rights

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UTILITY PATENT APPLICATION

$2,900
+$400 Gov’t Fee

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  • Get 20 Years of Patent Protection, and receive exclusive rights to your intellectual property
  • Fully Prepared Patent Application including up to 3 independent claims with up to 20 total claims, up to 20 pages of invention specifications.
  • Up to 10 professional technical drawings showing front, back, left, right, top, bottom, and perspective views.

Technical Drawing Samples

Included

  • Fixed Fees,No Hourly Rates

    You know your fees up front, we don’t charge by the hour

  • “Patent Pending” Status

    Once the patent application is filed, you get legal “patent pending” status

  • Review by Patent Practitioner

    All non-provisional utility patent applications are reviewed by a licensed patent attorney or agent.

  • Patent Specifications

    The necessary patent specifications prepared by engineers and patent practitioners

  • Patent Claims

    The necessary patent claims prepared by engineers and patent practitioners

  • Patent Drawings

    The necessary patent drawings prepared by engineers and drawings draftsmen.

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Should I request a patent search?

It's the first step before a patent application! First, you learn how patentable your invention may be. If it's not very patentable, don't waste time and money on a patent app. Second, it may help you increase your patentability. By seeing what is similar, you can improve your invention around other existing invention and increase patentability.


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What Our Clients Are Saying

Nigel B
New York , NY
The process is clear, fast, and efficient. The Thoughts to Paper process is a great way for innovators to protect their ideas.
A G.
Miramar , FL
The team was very professional and promptly responded to our calls and questions.
Terry S
Livingston , NJ
My experience was wonderful. My representative seemed informed, caring and genuinely interested in making sure that we took the best option for our purposes.
Dineen S
Arlington , VT
I am satisfied with my experience with Thoughts to Paper in filing my provisional patent. I had helpful and available phone support. I have referred Thoughts to Paper to others. Application was filed timely.
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*$400 govt fee assumes you are classified as "micro entity" by USPTO. If you have filed 5 or more non-provisional patent apps in the past, or have an annual income of greater than $169,548, you may be classified as "small entity" or "large entity" which requires $730 or $1600 govt fee

This specific page is an advertisement for the licensed patent firm, Sinorica LLC also located at 20251 Century Blvd Ste 140, Germantown, MD 20874. Non-provisional utility patent applications are prepared and filed by Sinorica LLC. Thoughts to Paper provides advertising, paralegal, and technical support services to Sinorica LLC.

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Q & A about Utility Patents

Q What is a Utility Patent?
A A utility patent protects an invention’s function or process - what the invention does and how it does it.
Q Utility vs. Provisional Patents
A If you are certain you want to try and obtain 20 years of patent protection and the needed monetary capital is available, you may want to skip the provisional patent and go directly to the utility patent application.

Otherwise, you would file a provisional patent to temporarily lock in your invention date for 12 months. Within this 12 months, you would pitch the idea to companies and investors or sell the invention to test the market. You can make the decision as to whether or not you want to follow-up with the full utility patent within the 12 months or simply let your provisional patent expire.
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