Provisional Patent Application

A Provisional Patent is often the quickest and most efficient way to protect your invention, and gives your invention "patent pending" status. It also establishes your priority filing date with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), and gives you one (1) year in which to apply for a full Utility Patent Application.

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    Service Includes:
  • Compilation of your application
  • Digitization of your drawings
  • Electronic filing with the USPTO
  • Patent pending status
  • Attorney manages your application
  • Services provided by Classic Counsel, P.C.†
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$199+ government fee

$2,400+ government fee

  • Only minutes to complete the online questionnaire
  • Your application is reviewed for errors (attorney manages your application)
  • Electronic filing of your application with the USPTO


$199+ government fees


$2,400 + government fees
Electronic filing of your provisional patent application
Obtain patent pending status upon filing
Establishes and reserves priority filing date for one (1) year
Preparation of your application by a registered patent attorney/agent (optional)
Preparation of up to ten (10) pages of invention dislosure  
Preparation of up to four (4) pages of technical drawings  
Telephone consultation with registered patent attorney/agent  
U.S. Government fees
  • Micro entities $65.00
  • Small entities$130.00
  • Large entities $260.00
Optional Services (additional fees apply)

Professional Review and Drafting (Economy Package option)$650.00

Professional drafting of one (1) independent

claim and up to four (4) pages of disclosure

Professionally Prepared Drawings$325.00

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