Kissimmee, FL asked in Trademark for Florida

Q: Please, how much time and money does it take to register a trademark?

Dear Lawyers,

I would like to register part of my company name as a trademark to prevent other companies from using it. I have carried out a search on and there is one record with a "cancelled" status.

I would like to know how much money and time it is going to take to get the trademark.

Thank you and regards.

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1 Lawyer Answer
Jason Brooks
Jason Brooks
  • Trademarks Lawyer
  • los angeles, CA

A: This is difficult to answer with an exact cost because your registration depends on a variety of factors -- namely, how many marks and in how classes will you be registering? Basically, the USPTO charges a filing fee of $275 per mark, per class. In addition, an attorney charges their own service fee for preparing and filing the application which generally includes fielding routine questions (i.e. "Office Actions") from the USPTO's designated Examining Attorney. From the time your application is filed to the time you are granted a valid registration number varies, but generally you can expect this process to take between 10-12 months in total.

If you would like to discuss this or would like assistance in preparing and filing an application, feel free to email me at:

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