Asked in Trademark for California

Q: Im from Sth.America. How long'd take for me and exactly or approximately how much money to trademark?PleaseTellMeDetails

I want to trademark a name for my brand (that's also for me) using a pseudonim, Could I buy something online since I had done first step on the process (the filling) with my pseudonim-brand name? If not, when could I?. Why the USPTO could not accept my submition? and would it mean I could lose time and money, and I could make another submition or repeat steps? As using a pseudonim, how could it be granted reserve or privacy between me and all the people (e.g. my attorney) and USPTO, on that subject?

Would I need an address to fill? If yes, it should be my home's, and/or my country, or another public one licensed by my city hall? (I think this wouldn't fit in the privacy subject, would be one option to completely being unknown as a person for public?).IWantToDo all this AsAnArtist, doesAnyOfTheQuestionsAbove VaryIfSoOr ifI focus in e.g. offering Goods&Services as a Supermarket? CouldITrademark(inOneSubmition)NotOnlyOfferingG&S as an Artist ButAlsoInDifferntIndstryFieldsAndAt'One'cost?

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Ahaji Kirk Amos
Ahaji Kirk Amos
  • Trademarks Lawyer
  • Raleigh, NC

A: You should open a business and file the application using the business name. The business would own any trademark that issues.

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