Do You Need to Patent a Great New Idea?

Does Your Small Business Involve a New Invention?


Accupatents, a patent agent firm founded in 2007, provides affordable patent services to inventors and small businesses.


 How can a business or inventor benefit from patent agent services ?

A registered patent agent represents inventors and prosecutes patents in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Within the USPTO, a registered patent agent can provide you the same services as a patent attorney or patent lawyer, but typically at much more affordable costs. A patent agent is not an attorney and does not represent clients in courts.


What are Possible Benefits of Patenting My Invention?

Obtaining a patent for your invention establishes your right (within the U.S.) to exclude others from making, using, offering to sell, or selling your invention during the term of the patent. A patent on your invention may provide you valuable intellectual property rights and significant financial returns from marketing, commercial, and licensing opportunities.

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How Do I Patent An Invention – Patent an Idea?

To receive a patent in the U.S., you must first file a non-provisional patent application in the USPTO. Your nonprovisional patent application must include, among other things, drawings and detailed descriptions of your invention, and at least one or more patent claims which define the legal scope of your patent.

After filing a patent application in the USPTO, your patent application will be examined.  The USPTO may reject your patent application based on a number of factors. If rejected, you may then be able to file various Office Action responses in the USPTO to overcome the rejections. If and when your patent application meets all the patenting requirements, the USPTO will grant you a patent on your invention.

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Provisional Patent Application Prior to a Utility Patent Application

If you require patent pending status as quickly and as inexpensively as possible, you may optionally file a provisional patent application in the USPTO, prior to filing a US nonprovisional utility patent application. The provisional patent application may be filed up to one year prior to filing a non-provisional utility patent application.

An inventor may not obtain a US provisional patent on an invention or idea, nor may he/she perform a US provisional patent search, nor may he/she perform a US provisional patent application search.

A provisional application is somewhat simpler and more informal than a non-provisional application. However to obtain a patent a non-provisional application must be filed within one year of filing the provisional application.

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Obtaining Patent Pending Status for Your Invention

After your provisional or non-provisional patent application is filed in the USPTO and a filing receipt is provided by the USPTO, you may claim patent pending on your invention.

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No-Charge Telephone Consultation

To obtain a no-charge telephone consultation with a registered patent agent, please call us at the phone number below, or else contact us using the contact form on the right side of the page. When using the form, please make sure to include your correct email address. We will not give out your email address or send you spam.

Telephone: (862) 290-3470

Email: infoataccupatentsdot-smallcom

Our office is in the New York City ( NYC ) – New Jersey ( NJ ) area, but we serve clients all over the U.S.


Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 05:00 PM


Accupatents Patent Agent Services Is Committed To:

  • Honesty and Integrity
  • Expert, Friendly Service
  • Affordable Patents
  • Flat Rates – Fixed Fees for Many Projects