Q: Asking about trademark information. Don't know how to read a TESS. Know the process is involved. Need help. Thank you.
I have what may be a ?product line? idea. It's a name to represent spiritually based slogans which can go on anything from refrigerator magnets to T-shirts, etc. I've looked on the government website and got lost in the process of a bunch of forms which may have well been written in Greek. It's too much for me to afford a kick back in the rejection aspect after submission, so I am hoping for a ?reasonable fee? I get time is money. I need a little compassion though, because I'm a single mother of 2 and was excited to clear $16,000 for 2017. WAHOO! Anyway, I am serious about this. I would have liked to have done it last year, but unfortunately did not feel comfortable taking the risk at that time for financial reasons. Thank you for listening to me. It's greatly appreciated and I hope to hear from you soon. Respectfully yours,
A: I agree that it is a good idea to make sure the application is completed correctly the first time.
Doing so can save money and years of time. Many attorneys provide free consultations and discounted or pro bono services. You can use Justia to locate a trademark attorney.
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